The Ten Best Escapes That Money Can (and Can’t) Buy
If you had unlimited funds and a taste for adventure, these five outrageously expensive vacations in some of the world's most exotic locations are just what you need to take the edge off of nasty old 2020.
Explore your roots in the old country dating back to the 14th century in Tuscany. The Villa Belissima Resort in Italy will set you back a few bones, but at $66,000 per week it's almost a bargain...and imagine all the fine wines you'll be sippin'.
The dreamy Musha Cay Islands in the Bahamas is a real sexy son of a beach. Relax, it's an indulgence that will only cost you $57,000 per night. Pass the suntan oil and a cold fruity drink. You may even bump into the island's owner, magician David Copperfield.
Looking for something a little cooler? Chalet Zermatt Peak, Switzerland At $191,000 per week this chalet comes with all the hot cocoa and marshmallows you can drink.
If it's seclusion and ruggedness that you like, your very own Private Island in the Scottish Highlands might be just what you're craving. Goes nice with a fine mug of grog.
For those of you who really want to get away, head south, deep south and explore the White Desert of Antarctica. For only $195,000 you can book a trip to the end of the world, and thawed out upon return to tell about it.
Then take a look at these next top five escapes that have small price tags.
Five Cheapest Escapes That Money Can Buy
Now, of all these choices, which one fits you best?