Guinness and espresso are similar in that they’re both enthralling to watch as they settle in a glass.
It’s a golden storm of swirling bubbles that magically shimmer up to the surface.
Skip to 1:00 in this Starbucks video for a look at espresso:
As a former Starbucks barista, I’ve pulled many an espresso shot.
But I’ve always dreamed of pulling my own pint of Guinness.
Air Canada’s Maple Leaf Lounge in Terminal 2 of Los Angeles International Airport made that dream a reality recently.
*Update 6.15: Bad news — Air Canada moved its LAX lounge to Terminal 6, and it’s no longer a Priority Pass lounge. Delta took over the location in Terminal 2. This review is now an obituary.*
Not even a year old, the Residence Inn Maui Wailea is one of the more affordable points options for staying on the island of Maui.
There are three airlines that fly from island to island in Hawaii: Hawaiian Airlines, Island Air and Mokulele Airlines.
A three-minute walk from the beach and only 12k Hyatt points per night, the Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach won me over quickly by placing the three of us in a corner room on the penthouse 20th floor for our three nights.
Travelers flying out of half the gates at MCO have long been left without any Priority Pass lounge options.
Only a few weeks old, meet The Club MCO #2, the smaller, younger sibling to The Club in Terminal B:
The Club MCO, Terminal A