Dinner in the Sky

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 What to get the person who has everything… except common sense:

Dinner in the Sky

“Dinner in the Sky is hosted at a table suspended at a height of 50 metres, by a team of professionals. Dinner in the Sky is available for a session of 8 hours. It can be divided or personalised accorded to the client’s wishes.  Dinner in the Sky accommodates 22 people around the table at every session, with three staff in the middle (chef, waiter, or entertainer).

Dinner in the Sky may include a second crane with a platform (or more if desired) at the same height as the table, for entertainment such as music, or presentations (i.e. a car).”

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(Second crane with the entertainment)

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(Look how terrified the jacketless business man is!)

I am not into this… not only are cranes totally taboo right now, I don’t want to worry about being the buzz kill who has the whole party “lowered” so that I can use the ladies room. 

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One response to “Dinner in the Sky

  1. Jessica

    They also have something similiar in the Netherlands, the Harbour Crane, that is a hotel.
    Some of the amenities include armchairs, breakfast facitilies, large roof patio, bathroom, and a bed for two.

    http://www.vuurtoren-harlingen.nl/eng/index3.html

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