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Gran Class on the Hokuriku Shinkansen, Japan. Most comfortable train seat ever?

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Grey's private jet Taking my hand, he leads me to one of the sumptuous leather seats. There must be about twelve of them in total. We sit in two single seats facing each other with a small, highly polished table between us.

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Gulfstream IV Cost: $35 million Owner: KP Singh The first of three Gulfstreams on this list is owned by Indian real estate baron KP Singh. This one was built from 1985 to 2003, has a range of about 4,800 miles, and a top speed of 580 mph. Oh, and two beds, a shower, and a “luxury” living space—though I’d say that pretty much any “living space” that is used at 35,000 feet out to be considered “luxury.”

Gulfstream IV Cost: $35 million Owner: KP Singh The first of three Gulfstreams on this list is owned by Indian real estate baron KP Singh. This one was built from 1985 to 2003, has a range of about 4,800 miles, and a top speed of 580 mph. Oh, and two beds, a shower, and a “luxury” living space—though I’d say that pretty much any “living space” that is used at 35,000 feet out to be considered “luxury.”

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