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I visited Russia's most iconic department store, a 126-year-old building in the heart of Moscow. It was a far cry from most American shopping centres I've been to.


I walked down Moscow's glitzy, mile-long shopping street that travel guides compare to the Champs-Élysées in Paris and NYC's Fifth Ave — and it fell totally short of the hype


One of the best hotels in the US is a 147-year-old inn on a secluded island 3 hours from NYC. I visited and found a glaring difference from most other luxury hotels — and that's exactly its appeal.



I toured a $16 million condo in the country's richest ZIP code, a private island off the coast of Miami. Take a look inside the luxury residence, which is only accessible by boat.


I spent a day on a secluded island that's a 5-minute ferry ride from NYC's ritziest vacation spot. It was immediately clear why the area is known as the 'un-Hamptons.'


I spent 3 hours in Miami's famed financial district, 'Wall Street South,' and I don't see what the hype is all about



I spent an afternoon in NYC's richest ZIP code, where celebs live in a 'paparazzi-proof' building and the average income is $879,000. Here's what the trendy neighbourhood looks like.


I spent 3 hours walking up Miami's old 'Millionaires' Row,' and I was completely underwhelmed. Here's what it looks like.


I toured a $29.5 million mansion on 'the Park Avenue of Miami Beach,' a glitzy waterfront street that's home to Hollywood stars and professional athletes. Look inside the 12-bedroom home.


I toured the $10,000-a-night penthouse suite of a new luxury hotel in the heart of Times Square, and I felt like I was miles from the most hated part of New York


I toured a $39.5 million triplex penthouse in an iconic NYC building that's beloved by celebs and musicians. From the futuristic lobby to the Elon Musk-inspired study, it was unlike anything I had ever seen.


I toured the most expensive condo for sale in Miami, a $48 million 'mansion in the sky' with a 6,000-square-foot private terrace and a pool. Take a look inside the 3-story penthouse.



I got access to the richest zip code in the US, an island off Miami where the average income is $2.2 million, the beaches have sand imported from the Bahamas, and the preferred mode of transportation is golf carts. Here's what it looks like.


Miami's 'Billionaire Bunker' is a high-security island that has a 13-person police force for its 42 residents. A real-estate agent got me past the guardhouse — here's what the exclusive community looks like.