Our 2nd Honeymoon in Paradise – Air France Lounge, Los Angeles
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- A Bad Start & a Few Hours in Los Angeles
- Air France Lounge – Los Angeles
- Air France Business Class – Los Angeles to Papeete
- Getting to Moorea
- Hilton Moorea, Panoramic Overwater Bungalow #87
- An ATV Tour in Moorea
- Whale & Dolphin Watching in Moorea
- Eating in Moorea
- Moorea to Bora Bora
- Bora Bora Airport To InterContinental Thalasso
- Emerald Overwater Bungalow #204 at the InterContinental Thalasso Bora Bora
- Jet-Skiing in Bora Bora
- A 9 Hour Bike Ride Around Bora Bora
- Eating in the InterContinental Thalasso
- InterContinental Thalasso Coral Garden Suite
- Around the InterContinental Thalasso
- Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort
- Royal Overwater Villa, Hilton Bora Bora Nui
- Dinner at Villa Mahana
- Eating in the Hilton Bora Bora
- Is Food Expensive in Bora Bora?
- A Day in Papeete
- Air Tahiti Nui and Southwest Flights Home
- Conclusion & Blog Giveaway!
There were lots of magazines as soon as we entered.
The lounge was no different than many US lounges. There were olives, cheese, chips, Milano cookies, and a few other snacks, but no hot or prepared food.Daraius: I don’t mean to perpetuate stereotypes, but the Air France lounge had more cheese than your usual American airline lounge would. Emily Jablon: There were olives… …self service drinks… …and more drinks.
There was wireless access, and the connection was strong, so we were able to log on and get some work done. The lounge was a bit dimly lit and gloomy, but we were grateful to have a drink and use the wi-fi!
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