If we have taken anything from 2020, it should be the ability to live life how we want to.
The Bucket List is where I will be highlighting a great opportunity to visit a specific destination or holiday experience, which may gain a tick off your personal wishlist.
Perhaps an African safari or interacting with the elephants in Thailand? Taking the kids to Lapland to meet the bearded guy or a night under the Northern Lights in your own glass-roofed igloo?
Now is the time to consider doing it. Take advantage of some phenomenal prices and flexible booking terms put in place to get the world travelling again.
I would be delighted to receive your suggestions for future bucket list ideas.
I’m kicking off with a fantastic deal for a short break to the trendsetting and shopping capital of the world, the incredible city of New York.
With an endless variety of exciting activities and attractions, no matter what you enjoy doing, The Big Apple has it!
New York, of course, has an abundance of great hotels to choose from no matter what your personal choices and budget, but I can personally vouch for the haven of refined elegance that is The Knickerbocker Hotel as THE place to stay.
The hotel enjoys a privileged location in the heart of Manhattan, edging the glow and vibrancy of Times Square and the calm of Bryant Park.
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A three-night stay in November for two people sharing, flying from the UK direct with Virgin Atlantic in premium economy booked by the end of February will cost an incredible £1,882 in total
The same package, flying premium economy out with a return in upper class is only £2,714 and flying upper class both ways is £3,543.
Don’t forget that travelling in a premium cabin, gives you an extra luggage allowance (watch the tax amount 😊) and as this will be the first tick off ‘The Bucket List’, for any bookings made for the above, I will also include a lovely set of personalised luggage tags - one less thing to think about.
Please contact me if you want to discuss further.