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  • Virtuoso offers breaks to escape the US election
  • Virtuoso offers breaks to escape the US election
    Basheer Tome (2016) ©
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Virtuoso offers breaks to escape the US election

The months leading up to the US presidential election have understandly seen the occasion dominate the media, from traditional TV to the array of social platforms. But luxury travel network Virtuoso is encouraging people to take a break and get away from it all.

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