EuroMillions

Posted: April 4th, 2014 under News.
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The EuroMillions made this summer a chunk in Verin, Ourense. HolidayCheck was asked which destinations can be found the mysterious winner of 7,500,000 euros. The most exclusive travel can afford with such award. Do you want to know what? Luxury yacht: 650,000 perhaps found aboard a yacht in Monte Carlo luxury enjoying French champagne and elbowing with the jetset. And one of the most attractive yachts on the French riviera is the Princess Mariana. Designed by naval architect Espen Oeino and interior designer Francois Zuretti yacht has a cover which can flood and become a 12 metre pool with underwater lights and treads, while the starboard hull low sea level and becomes a solarium.

It has fifteen cabins of luxury and a helipad to receive the guests who prefer to arrive by helicopter. To keep in mind: the price is per day. Around the world in private jet: 110.345 does the round the world? It can be more comfortable than it looks. With 110.345, a Tip for our euromillonario. It is the price – per person – from the Air Safari.

Since last year the company organizes turns to the world with Gulfstream IV private jet. The journey begins at the airport John Wayne in California-hard 21 days recoriendose 25.450 miles. The adventure includes an East African safari with stays in the most exclusive lodges in Tanzania and Kenya. Most notable visits include the pyramids of Giza, Hong Kong Harbor and the Taj Mahal. Designed for eight passengers, the trip has ecological undertones: carbon emissions are reduced to the maximum to avoid, insofar as possible, global warming. Exploring the Titanic: 40,000 and 4,000 meters deep lie the remains of the Titanic. And a pellizquito of the EuroMillions about 40,000 euros – La Vida travel agency is Bella organizes from Madrid travel to St John s, in Canada, to contemplate the famous ship aboard a submersible capsule MIR, the same that were used to shoot the film. The immersion is He recorded on video and is an exciting journey in time.

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