In another of our ongoing Voices From The Past series, John Poimiroo and Paul talk with General Packenham on the eve of the Battle of New Orleans. Then actor Timothy Pickles joins us to talk about modern day New Orleans. General Edward Packenham, was the commanding general of the British troops at the Battle of New Orleans. […]
Anne Banas, executive editor of SmarterTravel.com shares some of her discoveries from a recent trip to the Azores. There’s wine, cuisine and even some pastry to talk about as Anne shares highlights of the trip. She writes in Smarter Travel about the Azores: Isolated in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Azores, a Portuguese island chain unknown […]
The horrible wildfires that have hit Colorado again are some 50 miles south of Denver and according to Rich Grant the damage while terrible and tragic hasn’t impacted the things visitors come to the state for. The scenery is still spectacular and Denver offers visitors some real surprises. Microbreweries, art museums, parks and bike trails […]
Konstantino Matsourdelis joins Paul in Athens to discuss the new Museum of Gastronomy. (Use Google Translate on the website) In a restored building in a part of Athens known for markets and food, Konstantino has created a museum and shop that showcases some of the best of Greek contemporary food. His colleagues of young […]
Morgan Greenlee joins Paul and Elizabeth to share stories and things to do for Christmas in Indianapolis. The zoo, the art museum, the worlds largest childrens’ museum, and even the story of an artist who changed his name and created one of the most iconic sculptures anywhere. Elizabeth talks about growing up in Indy. Today […]
Gary Arndt and Paul chat about Catalunya, the region of Spain in the North East part of the country that has Barcelona for a capital. It’s a center of truly great restaurants and spectacular scenery. Gary and Paul talk about Iberico ham and great restaurants, and people who are so welcoming and proud of their […]
It’s Greyhound’s 100th Anniversary this year and Andy Kaplinsky, CFO/Chief Commercial Officer joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss the major improvements the company as made to modernize their brand. This year nearly all of the 1,200 fleet will consist of brand new coaches that feature free Wi-Fi, power outlets, leather seats and extra legroom. They’ve also […]
Chris Christensen of Amateur Traveler talks with Paul and Elizabeth about a driving trip through middle America. From the Nego League baseball museum in Kansas City to country music in Nashville and the Civil Rights Museum in Memphis it was a trip to remember and experience some of the history both painful and noble in America.
Lufthansa’s Nils Haupt joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss airline service, planes and how Lufthansa is working to make everything they do a truly five star experience. Long known for the best and industry leading service in First Class, the airline wants to be known for that level of service throughout the fleet. Lufthansa, is the […]
Eric Goldring chats with Paul about great river cruises and cruising on Seabourn ships as well as AmaWaterways. Paul and Eric talk about great wines like Tokaj, great caviar from Uruguay and other components of the good life. Eric Goldring is recognized as one of the leading exponents of luxury cruising, a rapidly growing segment […]
Global correspondent Marybeth Bond reports in on what maybe the best of all the river cruises on Scenic Cruises. Not only is the cruise totally all-inclusive there are some nice little touches that show extra care. Marybeth reports that bikes are high-tech electrical assist models that make riding through the countryside a dream. She tells […]
Veteran journalist Norm Sklarewitz joins Paul to talk about a recent vacation (that’s right — a vacation) he and his wife took on a Viking River Cruise in Europe. Norm came away a fan. River cruising makes travel easy and the sights along the river make it interesting.
Dean Sivley sits down with Paul and Elizabeth at Phocuswright in Los Angeles to talk about travel innovation and the car services offered by GroundLink. At a time of controversy for companies offering apps that get you cars, Groundlink stands out for it’s integrity and business practices. GroundLink provides chauffeured black car service for business and […]
In another of our Voices From the Past series, John Poimiroo brings us Susan B Anthony to talk about the impact the remarkable woman made on the history of the United States. For more on the region and the history of Susan B Anthony and her contribution to America, the entire Finger Lakes region is a great place […]
Jason Will was named one of the 35 young leaders as visionaries in the world of digital travel at the PhoCusWright Conference this year. We were fortunate to be able to snag him for a chat. The Class of 35 interacts with the industry’s best and brightest during The PhoCusWright Conference and participation exposes the group to today’s […]
Anne Banas, Executive Editor of Smarter Travel shares her love of honey with Paul and Elizabeth. It’s true that luxury hotels and even Notre Dame have bee hives on the roof. Not only do the bees provide honey for the kitchens but the establishments are doing their part to preserve and protect honey bees. They also […]
Anne Banas joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about recent columns at Smarter Travel. In this edition she hits the road for summer road trips. Great stories and great trips.
Anne Banas, executive editor of Smarter Travel.com chats with Paul and Elizabeth about summer travel and how to snare the best deals. Anne share tips from the correspondents at Smarter Travel and Elizabeth and Paul talk about great summer trips.