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Destinos inspiradores

The Tech-Infused $15 Million Superyacht

The award-winning Adastra launched in 2012 is an effort by Shuttleworth Design to create an upscale and comfortable yacht that fit the needs of an experienced (and extravagant) voyaging family. The result was a jaw-dropping display of modern design — an innovative 42.5-meter superyacht that features cutting-edge technology and a striking, futuristic look. As the original owner and his family bring their voyaging days to an end, the spec’d out superyacht isn’t getting much use anymore and in July 2019, it was listed for sale. Check out photos of this gorgeous, one-of-a-kind vessel, built for the adventurous and experienced sailor.

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Will Smith Brings the Fresh Prince’s Mansion to Airbnb

Will Smith and Airbnb offered up the chance to stay in the iconic mansion from “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” in 2020. A limited number of visitors had the opportunity to reserve the popular TV show home for what Will and Airbnb called, “a socially-distanced staycation.” Guests had access to their own wing of the home, which was complete with a full bathroom, a swimming pool and an outdoor lounge. Additional perks included a set of turntables, a bedroom basketball court, access to the Fresh Prince’s wardrobe and meals served on silver platters. Check out photos of Airbnb's awesome recreation of the Banks' mansion from "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."

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Presentaciones de celebridades

A Legendary Wax Museum with the Worst Statues on Earth

Louis Tussaud's House of Wax was a peculiar little wax museum located in Norfolk, England. Named after the great-grandson of Marie Tussaud, the odd museum was adored by visitors from all over the globe – but for all the wrong reasons. The collection was sold to an overseas bidder, but here you can check out a few photos of Louis Tussaud's House of Wax’s worst creations. Continue on to view photographic evidence of the worst wax museum ever.

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Tommy Hilfiger Sells His $48 Million Connecticut Compound

During the COVID-19 pandemic, wealthy folks from the northern area of the country started to flock to areas with more space, like Greenwich, Connecticut. Tommy Hilfiger saw this as the perfect opportunity to sell his 22-acre compound, and he made some serious cash by doing so. Hilfiger purchased this home in 2010 for $31.4 million. Built in 1939, the property has a 13,400-square-foot main residence, 22 acres of expertly-manicured land and a two-bedroom guest house. Continue on for a look at Tommy Hilfiger’s former Connecticut estate.

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