Enjoy the short walk-through of the public spaces in the Narita Hilton. Included are views of the restaurants, lobby, spa, and other public areas.
Hey folks. For those of you who have been reading for a while, I have traditionally written my posts and linked to Youtube for any video content I provided. I still like the format of keeping the video and text/photo reviews distinct. However, I want to start hosting the video content directly on this site. As a result, over the next few weeks I am going to publish videos for which I have already provided the text information. I will provide a link to the original note, as well. When I have cleared the backlog, I will start publishing the video and text reviews on the same day. To start, enjoy my walk through of a standard guest room at the Narita Hilton.
I am at the Daytona Beach airport right now, and I was initially a little scared of what I would find here. There is a pretty limited schedule of flights on American, Delta, and Jet Blue. However, it turns out that there is plenty here when you have time to kill before a flight or if a standard travel problem comes up. Continue reading “Daytona Beach (DAB) airport facilities available”
If you are in Narita Terminal 2, as a general rule if you have access to the lounge of a One World member airline you will have access to several lounges. There are exceptions, of course, but as a general rule if you have a premium class ticket or elite status in a member airline you can go where you would like. My favorite in the area are the first class and business class lounges from JAL. Those lounges both have great food and plenty of space. However, if what you need is a quiet place away from the crowds and perhaps some help with an American Airlines flight, the Admiral’s Club in Narita Terminal 2 presents a solid option. Continue reading “Narita Admiral’s Club”
I am in the Admiral’s Club in DFW Terminal B right now and just saw this. I thought you should know:
It was excellent. Options were lime, tomato, onion, corn, salt, pepper, cotija cheese, cilantro, and jalapeno. What more do you really need for a service enhancement that is an honest to goodness enhancement?