The Best Places to Visit in Spring as a VIP Lottery Winner
Updated: Thursday 5th April 2018
Britain has taken a battering over the last few days, thanks to the Beast from the East weather front and Storm Emma. It would be easy to forget that on 1st March it officially became springtime according to the meteorological calendar.
Most people look forward to the lengthening days, the sun coming out, and enjoying temperatures warm enough not to require your big coat, but that seems a way off in the UK. However, as a lottery winner, you could experience the best places to visit in spring around the world as a VIP.
Book Your Flights
With Tuesday’s £33 million EuroMillions jackpot or the £5.1 million Lotto top prize on Wednesday, you could begin booking your flights before the weekend. Simply seek out your local A-list bespoke holiday organiser, demand that you always turn left when you step onto the plane, and begin to piece together your itinerary.
Shijuku Gyoen, Tokyo, Japan
An iconic image of Japan is that of trees swathed in cherry blossom, and spring is the time to see that in full effect. Tokyo’s largest park, Shijuku Gyoen is famed for its blossom display across three different areas; the Japanese, French and English gardens.
Not only could you take in this stunning sight, but you could enjoy one of the most exhilarating cities in the world in five-star style. You could soon be dining at the exclusive Ise Sueyoshi restaurant, sipping cocktails at the pricy Bar High Five in Ginza and staying in luxury at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Roppongi, where rooms cost up to 2 million yen per night - around £14,000.
Chena Hot Springs, Alaska
Head up to the frozen north and experience the healing properties of a dip in this hot spring lake near Fairbanks in Alaska. This luxurious resort is a fitting destination for lottery winners at any time of year, but in spring you can gaze up from the warming waters and witness the beauty of aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights.
Family suites at Chena Hot Springs cost just over $300 per night, which is mere pocket change to a big EuroMillions or Lotto winner, even with the first class flights on top.
New York is the city that never sleeps, and one that you could visit in style as a lottery winner. It slips into a deep freeze in winter, and overheats in summer, so spring is definitely the time to visit the Big Apple.
The city is well known for its culinary experiences, and there is nowhere better for a lottery winner to experience that than at The River Cafe beneath Brooklyn Bridge. The views of Manhattan across the river are stunningly romantic, but at $160 (£115) per head for the tasting menu, plus $125 (£90) each for wine pairing, they most certainly should be. As a lottery winner, you wouldn’t even have to think twice about making a reservation.
How to Win a Lottery Jackpot
To fund a VIP trip to the best places to visit in spring, you could take a shot at one of the big lottery jackpots available this week. Get involved with EuroMillions online now or play Lotto and, you never know, you might be calling to book a table at The River Cafe this week! Good luck!Published: Monday 5th March 2018
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