10 Most Luxurious RVs In The World


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10 Most Luxurious RVs In The World



Nothing says freedom more than a good old fashioned camping trip. Tents are great, caravans better, but nothing beats the adventure that comes with owning a full-sized drivable rig.
In today’s video, we are looking at the most Luxurious and expensive RVs, with price tags that will leave you speechless.

10 Most Luxurious RVs In The World
10 Most Luxurious Motorhomes In The World

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  1. I’ve seen the Palazzo before so when the video started off with the Winnebago at $435k, I think it was, I laughed. I had a feeling that I’d have to wait until #10 before I got to see the Palazzo again. Yup, there she was: the one with the rooftop lounge. I have under $5 in the bank and no savings, but it doesn’t bother me to look at these behemoths. I don’t need to own it, I enjoy the imaginative thrill I get from looking at luxury tastefully done, with clever design ideas like saunas, treadmills, fireplaces, French door fridges, hidden garages, and the like. Every single one had a better kitchen than mine, and I especially noticed how fine the sinks and faucets were, as mine leaks like a sieve and I need to replace it when I can figure out how to pay for it and have it installed. Reality doesn’t impede vicarious pleasure.

    I also enjoy seeing the luxury river cruises offered by Tauck — if y’all are reading this, you’d probably get a kick out of their European jaunts down the Seine, e.g.: from Paris to an early morning at Monet’s garden and family home in Giverny to a truffle hunt (I am SO there!) down to Normandy and the WWII cemetery to … And I love looking at all the different tiny homes (undoubtedly tinier than these behemoths on wheels — what a fabulous cockpit the Palazzo boasts!)

    LIVE VICARIOUSLY! IT DOESN’T COST A THING, SO FEAST YOUR EYES!

  2. I’m not sure why every Rv doesn’t have a deck on the top. It’s just an absolute waste of great space if you ask me. How cool as well as private would it be to have a deck up high where you can bbq and sit back and relax taking in the scenery.

  3. I bet the expanded in houses to build prices have came from this style of RVs & I settled on converting my berg 4 seater into a cross country mobile unit it's a simpler style of mine & it's been great life on the open road I mean it's like $47k a year pays just to make it to the produce store with the parking meters going & being a bike courier that makes it pretty standard in my life so THANKS cool video