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After spending a gorgeous weekend in San Francisco with my parents, it was time to return to Seattle where the weather wasn’t great.
We dropped off our rental car and took the train to terminal 3, where security took forever and we eventually made it airside and headed to the United Club in terminal 3.
There was a juice machine (something Seattle’s United Club is lacking) and a big coffee machine. There was also more tea options and several soft drinks which were served at the bar, free of charge.
There was only one ‘snack’ section in the lounge on the other side of where we were, but where we were, there was a ‘fruit’ section.
There was a business section and private desks.
The lounge was more or less full (as expected at a United Hub), it seemed like there was a lot of people but there were still plenty of open seats.
We left the lounge just in time for boarding and this time we flew a Boeing 737 back to Seattle.
San Francisco is such a beautiful city, I recommend anyone to visit it. We went the last weekend of October and the weather was very pleasant and we had a ton of fun touring.
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