Do they have oxygen booths in other airports beside Las Vegas?
Is it that so much gambling and nightlife has evolved that people are out of breath?
Our flight out of Las Vegas had been delayed, so I wandered around snapping a few pictures, including these of the oxygen bar. Back in the waiting area, I loaded the pictures and wrote the few lines you had previously seen. Suddenly, they announced our flight would be leaving sooner than expected. I posted quickly and snapped shut my computer.
Now comfortably ensconced in a Holiday Inn Express for a couple of days, this morning I did a bit of research on oxygen booths, which you will find in the next paragraph. I’ve never seen such a thing except in the Las Vegas Airport. When I walked by the booth, I saw a lady running that spider looking apparatus over the head of “her man.”
“Mind if I take your picture,” I asked.
She grinned. “No, go ahead.”
Haven’t a clue what that does for his head.
Right now your breathing 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen, and 1% inert gasses… Our oxygen bar is a free standing bar which people sit or stand at and breath over 90% pure oxygen and aromatherapy from a disposable nose hose. Our bars can service anywhere from 1 to 6 people simultaneously and are manned by one of our excellent staff members. Your guests can choose from twelve different aromas and switch to any aroma at any given time during their session. Sessions last 2 to 5 minutes to keep the flow moving.
Here’s their link in case you want your own oxygen bar.