Boarding began promptly at 12:45pm for the flight over to Delhi and it was almost a free for all because of there really not being any division in boarding groups among business class passengers.
Since there were no showers at the LH lounge, I made my way to the nearest lounge with that facility: the Air Canada lounge on the other end of the terminal. I had heard great things about the place from none other than Lucky (where else, right?), and decided to …
Upon our arrival into Frankfurt we made our way through the usual security lanes before making our way to the far end of the terminal for our gate.
Boarding began promptly at 3:15pm with the gate being a hodge podge of people trying to get on the aircraft. It’s always tough navigating to the front of the crowd or to the proper line because you are never sure who is flying business class and who isn’t.
After spending some time at the overcrowded American Express Centurion Lounge, I decided to be a loyal blogger and go over to check out the Lufthansa Business Class Lounge.
Our journey (like most people reading this blog) started off with a visit to the AMEX Centurion Lounge in Terminal D at DFW. It’s surprising that I haven’t written about the DFW Centurion Lounge yet considering that I fly through DFW 9/10 times I take a trip.
I visit my mom’s side of the family in India during Christmas every year. For the most part my visits are limited to just two Indian cities: Hyderabad and New Delhi.