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Graph Lounge Boston
Graph Lounge, Boston
Trip Report Index: Daraius:  We had ~4 hours to spend in Boston before our Southwest flight back to Kansas City.  Emily and I both signed up with the American Express Privileges which refunds up to 12 lounge visits (up to $50 per visit) per calendar year, so we decided to visit the Graf lounge in Boston which is accessible without leaving the secure area form the Southwest gates.

I was very impressed with the lounge because the $25 entrance fee included hot and cold food along with drinks in the entrance fee.

Graph Lounge Boston
Papers in the Graph Lounge, Boston

There were a few private meeting rooms.

Graph Lounge Boston
Private Meeting Rooms

The lounge was spacious with lots of chairs.

Graph Lounge Boston
Graph Lounge, Boston

There was a self-service bar.

Graph Lounge Boston
Self Service Bar

There was hot and cold food, which was tastier than the pretzels in a typical US-airline lounge.

Graph Lounge Boston
Hot & Cold Food

Emily had the corn chowder.

Graph Lounge Boston
Corn Chowder

There was also chips and fruits.

Graph Lounge Boston
Chips & Fruits

Soon it was time to head back for our flight back to Kansas City.

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