I’ll see your Lisa Vanderpump and raise you a Marlon Brando in the game of Top Trumps Celebrity Hotspots.
I’ll give the storied Casey Jones, the father-in-law, and his slide show, his due.
While one of the best ways to clear the room is to bring out the holiday pics his slide show did have the odd surprise.
From his round-the-world ship return from Australia to England.
Like Marlon Brando’s island in Tahiti… and my future wife as a child in a hula-hula skirt.
Of course she won’t try one on for me even though I rock my Maldives sarong at any (or none) invitation.
All of which going round the world brings me back to my subject in hand, celebrity hotspots.
And this selection box (and it’s not even Christmas) which our dream providers sent me.
The Brando, Tahiti: And it’s what you do when you love the island you’ve visited… or in this case atolls.
Buy them which is what Marlon Brando, a modern-day reincarnation of Fletcher Christian, whom he played on Mutiny On The Bounty.
The Brando, opened in July 2014, in his memory on Tetiaroa in Tahiti.
And it is an all-inclusive resort featuring 35 deluxe villas, each with its own private beach area and plunge pool.
On Santa Monica Boulevard
Wolfgang Puck, West Hollywood, California: And West Hollywood is all about checking out all the joints.
So, if you’ve taken in The Real Wife of Hollywood Lisa Vanderpump’s PUMP restaurant you’ll also want to check out…
Pendry West Hollywood is where Puck stops… by with his celebrity pals.
No, you won’t be the only one and this has nothing to do with Psychedelic Pink Floyd but indulge me.
This is golfing legend Arnold Palmer’s back yard in Greater Palm Springs, California
The legacy of the American lives on at this Coachella Valley Arnold Palmer restaurant.
With a country club feel, the restaurant celebrates the golfer with memorabilia, while serving his favourite foods.
Each room in the restaurant is named after a different golf tournament and focuses on a unique part of Palmer’s life.
And, of course, your thirst will be quenched with an iced tea and lemonade, the famed Arnold Palmer.
And when I first started out on this scribbling lark I was given an assignment to a foreign land… I was living in England at the time.
It involved me returning to my Scottish homeland and a country house, Cromlix House in Perthshire, Scotland.
Fast-forward to the current day and Cromlix was obviously a favourite of a young, aspiring tennis player.
Andy Murray only went and bought it and I dare say there will be evidence of the Great Man around the hotel.
And that isn’t a prompt to get an invite (honest!).
Particularly as I’m on dancing terms with his Mum Judy from her tennis course in Quinto da Lago in Portugal.
So tell us what are your Top Trumps Celebrity Hotspots?