How the other half holidays
Eighty years ago, Ernest Hemingway was talking to F. Scott Fitzgerald in Paris when this exchange is said to have taken place:
Fitzgerald: "The rich are different than you and me."
Hemingway: "Yes — they have more money."
Where do the rich go on holidays, how do they travel and where do they stay? Our trip today takes us to San Francisco, India, New York and Kenya — places that offer extraordinary experiences for those who can afford them.
San Francisco: We'll start with Cavallo Point Lodge at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge. It has one of California's largest wine cellars, filled with the best bottles from nearby Napa Valley. The lodge also organizes hiking, biking and kayaking trips around Sausalito, and exhausted guests can relax afterward in a "heated outdoor meditation pool" or in one of 11 rooms reserved for massages and facials.
San Francisco film-maker Patrick Lawler shows us around his native city.