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Buying access to airport lounges

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Having spent the night in Rome at a guest house in Fiumocino I was offered a lift by the owner to the airport 5 hours before my departure time. The guest house though pleasant was not exactly a place to hang out for several hours. I did something that I had often thought of doing but never done before. I bought a daypass to the AlItalia lounge. The cost 30 euros.

This way I am waiting in comfort, food and drinks provided it seems a very worthwhile investment in my creature comforts.

Anybody else having bought daypasses?.

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