Hello all, I have a flight involving more family than usual, and I could use some ideas. Family of 6, involving spouse, 2 kids, my mother and my mother in law. Going from Austin to LAX to Sydney via Qantas (using American on the domestic legs). I'm US Airways Gold, making me a One world Sapphire. With this many, I think a lounge access at all points will be helpful. Being US Airways Gold, and it being an international flight, I get granted access for myself and one other in Austin in the Admirals Club, and I presume the LAX Admirals Club, and Qantas Lounge in Sydney in both directions. However, that still leaves 4 other people. So, I think I can buy an Admirals Club 30 day membership, and it covers my "family", which I think means spouse and kids. First, is that accurate? IF so, then I think I can buy 2 memberships, 1 for me to cover them, and another for my mother or mother-in-law, and they can check in the other one as the guest. Does this sound right? If not, then I think I can buy 3 Admirals 30 day memberships, and then each of us can check in a child or a mother or a spouse. What I'm curious of, is there another way to do it? Can I buy a qantas lounge access and use it the other way around, and is that less expensive (since australian dollars are less then US dollars right now)? The admiral club membership is $99 each, so for $200-$300 I have everyone covered in all directions. Any other ideas? Thanks.