Travel Hong Kong to San Francisco with United Polaris Business Class written by ChristingC October 17, 2017 Flying is my time to switch off, relax, and anticipate the next adventure. I crave long quiet flights where I delve into addictive books, catch up on questionable romantic comedies, and drink wine while flying in the air. https://comedyhype.com/website-business-plan/ follow zoloft package insert https://geneseelandlordassoc.org/category/help-me-with-my-essay/44/ easy bus stop method questions cialis not working for me nextag cialis http://www.nationalnewstoday.com/medical/serrapeptase-side-effects/2/ correcting spanish essays discursive essay format admissions essay editing free trial of viagra coupon graduation thesis defence https://generationgreenwpg.com/dissertation-editors-6165/ watch how to write contrast essay http://essexlibrary.org/text-speak-essay-2061/ go to link https://groups.csail.mit.edu/cb/paircoil2/?pdf=best-federal-resume follow site follow url here how to find my mobile hotspot ip address thesis statement hunger games enter follow cialis drug sample viagra essay paper bags click here click http://www.chesszone.org/lib/writing-the-equation-of-a-line-1605.html http://www.hemsleyandhemsley.com/viagra-generico-vendita-online/ United Polaris offers this and so much more in their Business Class, making long haul flights not only enjoyable, but a truly luxurious experience. During our direct flight from Hong Kong to San Francisco, Dan and I were lucky enough to experience Polaris for the first time. As soon as we boarded the plane their friendly staff greeted us and we were shown to our spacious side by side seats. Every seat has isle-access and features 180-degree flat-bed recline and up to 6’6” of suite-like bed space. United have partnered with Saks Fifth Avenue to create insanely comfortable bedding including plush duvets, lightweight day-blankets, gel-cooled pillows, and even custom slippers and pjs. After a smooth takeoff, we were excited for our dinner date in the sky. Their gourmet meals, with menus created by talented chefs from The Trotter Project, were delicious, light and expertly matched with a decadent wine pairing. I was happy I saved room for the DIY ice cream sundae trolley, where I generously chose toppings like a greedy child. We never felt rushed and the staff’s efforts to meet our requests were always above and beyond. After the satisfying meal, lights were slowly dimmed, and I snuggled into my fully reclinable seat. I took advantage of the quality Cowshed toiletries, their “Do Not Disturb” signs and mood lighting to ensure I got plenty of rest before our arrival. I managed to sleep almost the entire flight, and woke to a delicious breakfast before landing. I can’t think of a better way to travel to the U.S., making long haul flights a breeze with their comfort, luxury, and great service. Hong Kong to San Francisco with United Polaris Business Class was last modified: October 17th, 2017 by ChristingC 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest ChristingC previous post Taiwan Travel Diary: Taipei with Kids next post Bali Travel Diary: Casabama Villa Sandiwara with Bali Luxury Villas You may also like Phuket Travel Diary: Renaissance Phuket Resort &... December 4, 2014 Family Travel: The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli... August 22, 2019 Malaysia Travel Diary: Four Seasons Langkawi July 27, 2018 Bali Travel Diary: The Ungasan Clifftop Resort... August 18, 2016 Family Travel: Taj Coral Reef, Maldives August 15, 2019 Bali Travel Diary: Villa Phinisi, Seminyak December 6, 2017 Malaysia Travel Diary: Ambong Ambong Pool Villas... July 19, 2018 Taiwan Travel Diary: Taipei with Kids August 31, 2017 summer with fashion hedonism: tuscan dreams June 24, 2013 Family Travel Diary: The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo February 12, 2019 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.