Millionaires camping, in a tent? Seriously, only if there was another for the butler. But when you see tent pegs that have built-in LEDs to light up the tent, you have to admit it would be tempting to try. Fire up the diamond-covered gas stove Jeeves!
Home owners are spending up large to show off their autos these days, and while the cars here are spectacular - their parking spaces are just as amazing. Some owners have lifts that take their shiny works of auto art down to another level. Others just line them up in front of flat screens tv's. Take a look into some amazing spaces.
A mountain home that comes with 45 buffalo, a steakhouse and a saloon. This is what California construction executive Rick Knudsen, of Calimesa, built when he won $180 million in the Mega Millions…Read More
This list of 17 items is one that every lottery winner should take a look at when they're bored or temporarily spent out. From expensive sunglasses to champagne to a $10 million chess set - there's something for every rich winner here.
From the moment you are delivered by opulent Rolls Royce past giant water fountains, this Abu Dhabi hotel called the Emirates Palace will blow your mind. It has 1.3 km of private beachfront, and is surrounded by 85 hectares of gardens. Each room is built for ultimate comfort and luxury. Watch the video and prepare to book your room - for just a cool US$500-$1,000 a night.
We all know about Ferrari. But a Vencer Sarthe - what the heck is that! Don't matter - these are some seriously different mechanical horses, and costly too even for a lottery winner. Take a look at the Rimac electric sports car and you'll agree it's a nice looking work of automotive art.
The most expensive hotel rooms, exotic cars, cell phones, shoes, giga-yachts... this is a standard list that Lottery winners recognise every day in their search for the ultimate status and convenience. But a $300,000 hamburger? What is going on!
There are only 132 rocks on earth that have been identified as coming from Mars, which is why some rich guy paid over $450,000 for it. Any lottery winner could have also bought a letter from physicist Albert Einstein too, for only $3 million. See them all - they're fascinating!