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At the Airport

Find some piece and quiet (along with a comfortable chair and free outlets) at reLAX Lounge, a new airport club with all the trappings of a fine first class lounge, but open to anyone. Just pay ($10 for an hour, $25 for three, $35 for five) and enjoy complimentary Wifi and refreshments while taking in views of the tarmac.

How to Get There

 While you can fly virtually any airline to LAX, American Airlines, United and Virgin America have hubs there and thus, offer frequent and affordable fares. But you'd be hard-pressed to find a more civilized travel experience than flying Virgin. Need to work? Your seat is wired with outlets to power your laptop or charge your phone. Want to relax? Tap into their inflight entertainment system—on your own personal screen—to access a map of your flight's path, more than 3,000 MP3s and a selection of free videos, along with pay-per-view feature films. And everyone appreciates the fleet-wide Wifi. Of course, what really sold Valet was the service. A cashless airline, your food and drinks are ordered on your seat's touchscreen, paid for by the swipe of a credit card and swiftly delivered by the flight attendants. Though they currently only offer service from eight cities, such first-class amenities are appreciated when flying coach. You can even still check a bag for free. Talk about luxury.

Getting Around

You'll definitely need to rent a car. But parking isn't difficult to find on the street and take advantage of Valet parking when it's convenient and cheap.









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