Our Anniversary to Italy: Part 5 – Virgin Atlantic Revivals Lounge, London

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Emily Jablon:  Daraius and I went to Europe in September to celebrate our 2nd anniversary for ~2 weeks.  It was my first time in Italy so I was very excited!  In Italy, we visited Varenna on Lake Como, Milan, Venice, and Rome.

Since we were in Europe, we visited a friend in Strasbourg, France and also spent a night in Zurich.  We started our trip with a one day layover in Chicago to see friends!

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Emily Relaxing in the Virgin Atlantic Lounge

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Virgin Atlantic Lounge

We went to the Virgin Atlantic arrival lounge in London since we had some time before our train to Paris was to board.

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Emily Outside the Virgin Atlantic Lounge in London

The lounge was small, but had a funky look to it in keeping with the Virgin Atlantic brand.

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Emily Enjoying the Modern Feel of the Virgin Atlantic Lounge

The main room had different types of seating.

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The Lounge had a Variety of Seating Options

There was a bar that served food and drinks.

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Food and Drinks Were Available From the Bar

We were thirsty from the long flight, so we ordered peppermint tea and a mixed berry smoothie.

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So Many Choices!

There were spa appointments and rooms for showering.

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The Spa Menu

Daraius had a quick shower while I relaxed. There was also a small business area with computers and printers.

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The Lounge Business Center

We left the lounge in about 30 minutes because we had a train to catch!

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