Could you imagine having dinner under water, watching the sea's life straight in the eye while enjoying a fillet of reef fish on lemon scented spinach?
Does The Vicar of Bray ring a bell? The popular song sprinkled with allusions to English religious and political doctrines refers to a village with only 8460 people.
A unique experience, in total blindness, that will change your perspective on life.
Imagine having dinner, out on the sea, on an island-restaurant. What an experience that could be, except if you are seasick.
A must destination for wine connoisseurs. At Blue Moon you can feast your eyes and tastes with the world's second largest wine collection.
Never though of having dinner in a cave? Why not? And not just any kind of dinner, but a luxurious one.
Tribeca restaurant offers a unique theme space where social chaos is not on the menu.
What if for a couple of hours you would try to see the world upside down? Wouldn't that be an interesting experience?