We followed the transfer signed and again went through a security check. We found the Asiana lounge and were admitted without fuss. The lounge again was crowded and really showing signs of wear and tear. Ros inquired if we could get an earlier flight. The attendant tried to get Air Canada but they were closed at the time. She didn’t offer any additional help. We asked where the Singapore lounge was and set off.
Upon arrival we were greeted and gained admittance. The receptionist checked available flights but there were none earlier.
The Singapore lounge was bright and airy and well appointed. We found seats and settled in. The lounge has an attached smoking room; which came complete with it’s own bar, TV and other creature comforts. I spotted a sign that said Slumbertte.
I checked it out and discovered four sleeping rooms. We took a couple and got some much needed rest. While the rest came after some electricians finished working outside the rooms.
When we got up we tucked into the best variety of food and drink I’ve ever seen in an airline lounge. We decided to take a walk around the terminal. Our flight was leaving from Gate 49 so we headed in that direction to check it out. Spotting an individual behind the counter we inquired if we could get an earlier flight to Penticton. The attendant said she was with United and that the Air Canada staff would be there about 90 minuted before departure. We retreated to the relative comfort of the delightful Singapore lounge to wait.