Paris Champagne Let Them Eat Cake Experience

Marie Antoinette may never have actually said those words, but a glorious trip to Paris offers visitors a chance to indulge in macaroon or pastry lessons at some of the more prestigious schools in the city.

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VIP Kentucky Derby Tickets

      VIP Kentucky Derby Tickets As the longest continually held sporting event in the United States, the Kentucky Derby spans over the course of three centuries and boasts

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Courchevel Ski and Champagne Experience

Your journey to one of the most luxurious yet historical French ski resorts known as the town of Courchevel 1850 starts with a helicopter or Bentley transporting you to an ultra-five star hotel

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The Music Boot Camp Experience

Want to meet your favorite musical artist? Concierge and Events by Victoria will create a weekend long program in which guests will interact with an artist in an intimate setting.

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The "00" Licensed to Thrill Spy Experience

You're invited to participate in a secret mission - only worthy of M16 personnel and - Bond, James Bond.

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Venice, Florence and Rome: Eternal Beauty Package

Considered one of the most romantic destinations in the world, visitors are bedazzled upon arriving in Venice.  Cruise the Venetian lagoon onboard your own luxury vessel and visit islands such

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The Road to Barolo Wines

    Known as the King of Italian wines and considered as some of the finest red wines in the world, the Barolo and Barbaresco route offers visitors the opportunity

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A Toast to Champagne

The bubble route to Champagne is an effortless journey – only forty-five minutes outside of Paris by train and offers a robust view of the most famous vineyards in the

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Under the Tuscan Sun: Chianti Wine Route

  Your journey to Tuscany starts with an arrival to Florence – a city richly steeped in medieval history with Roman ruins and known as the epicenter of the Renaissance

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  Cognac country and its traditions continue to be a mystery.  Records indicate the region goes as far back as the 9th century – if not earlier, but there are

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