Virtuoso Life - September/October 2017 - 53
GOODS TO GO
Buyers purchasing their BMWs through the company's European
Delivery Program can take their new rides for inaugural spins on a
trio of European road trips designed by Butterﬁeld & Robinson.
The tour company has mapped out three "automoons" beginning
at the Munich factory, followed by a ﬁve-day loop through the
Bavarian and Austrian Alps, with stops at iconic castles and a tour
of Salzburg. On one-way trips, drivers rev from Munich to Vienna
via Prague and Salzburg, and from Munich to Paris through the
German spa town of Baden-Baden and Burgundy's wine capital,
Beaune. After the tour, BMW will ship the vehicles to their drivers'
local North American dealerships. Self-drive tours from $3,195.
London-based accessories brand Stow's three new leather travel
sleeves elegantly sheathe cell phones, tablets, and laptops as
large as 15 inches - protective peace of mind for travel's bumps
and scratches. Each one features an exterior pocket for stowing
documents, passports, or, in the case of the largest sleeve, this
magazine. $165-$360; stowlondon.co.uk.
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