2011 Bucket List, Part 2

2011 Bucket List, Part 2

Just about anyone can plan a vacation. At FROSCH, we help you take things to the next level by offering exclusive, unique experiences that offer dimension and depth to your travels. Here are a few ideas to help you do more in 2011.
If you’ve flown puddle-jumpers to traverse Europe…
Travel in the highest luxury on the Orient-Express overnight sleeper train from Paris to Istanbul. In a private suite, with your own personal steward, you’ll immerse yourself in old-world charm and comfort.
If you’ve watched the Monaco Grand Prix…
Visit the Ferrari and Lamborghini Galleries outside of Modena, Italy, and get the chance to test-drive a race car yourself.

If you’ve cruised the Caribbean…

Broaden your mind and your cultural literacy by way of expedition cruising, where you’ll witness the untouched landscapes of the Galapagos Islands or Antarctica, or forgotten civilizations of Papua New Guinea or Borneo.

If you’ve visited a French vineyard…

Head up to Belgium to see how hops are grown, tour a brewery and learn the history and art of this time-honored craft.

If you’ve been on a safari…
Well, do another one, and this time, do some good by participating in an organization that allows you to  give back to the local communities or environmental program.

If you’ve been whale watching in Alaska…

Go shark cage diving off the coast of South Africa to see Great Whites– perhaps a little too up close and personal.
If you’ve been skiing in the Rockies in February…
Don’t put your winter gear in storage– you can ski the Chilean Andes in August or September.  Or better, go heli-skiing!

If you’ve set foot on every continent…
The only reasonable next step, of course, is to venture into outer space with Virgin Galactic, who’s selling sub-orbital spaceflights to the public.

What are some ways that you’ve amped up your travels?  Share your stories by posting a comment below or on our Facebook page!
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