One – Time Events
There’s a first time for everything, and for some things it’s only the first time that really matters. Maybe you only get one chance to make a first impression, but with some things in life, you only get one chance, period, end of story, game over. Don’t blow it.
Disney may think it has the market cornered on the ultimate kiddy vacation, but we’ve got a news flash for Mickey and Friends – the real can’t-be-beaten Disney experience is the exclusive domain of the DreamMaker.
From your private mansion tricked out from tip-to-toe with every Disney toy imaginable, to nightly pillow gifts for the little ones. And spin-your-own-pizzas, marching bands, cheerleaders bearing make-your own-sundaes’, magicians, loads of toys, pre-prepared backpacks and chauffeured Navigator’s to the door of the tram.
Whew! And upon your return, your butler and chef shall have a feast for your little prince and princesses whilst the Kings and Queens reflect upon the fairytale of the day just passed. And waiting in line for rides is what becomes the “make-believe”.
Watching the incredible floats of Carnival makes everyone’s heart beat just a little bit faster. Now imagine your pulse if you’re actually in the parade. After dinner with the real girl from Ipanema (and yes, she has stories about Frank), you’ll slip into your elaborate costumes and take a coveted spot on the float. At Carnival, there’s a thin line between adventure and danger -and we’ll keep you right on the edge.
Palio defies description. Part Medieval custom, part bitter rivalry, this horse race in Tuscany involves everything from broken bones (horses and jockeys) to bodyguards who make sure each of the town’s seventeen rival clubs aren’t poisoning each other’s equines. Full of anticipation, intrigue, exhaustion, magic, blood, and blessings, Palio is an exhilarating celebration of the best and worst of man and beast. One other thing – the Palio doesn’t take kindly to outsiders. You can’t get your hands on the tickets we have. This is access on top of access, from the parties before and after, to your 700 year old villa just a short chauffeured drive away.
Pamplona has become synonymous with The Running of the Bulls. El Encierro, “the enclosing”, may describe the narrow streets its bulls charge, but your eyes will only widen as your pulse quickens while you experience first hand what none before have seen—the spectacle that is Fiesta de San Fermin through the eyes of the DreamMaker. The pilgrimage continues, fire up the jet, you’re off to El Bulli for dinner.