Roger Dow, president and CEO of US Travel Association joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss open skies and the huge potential that these decades old agreements have to help both domestic and international travelers. More affordable airfares are the proven results. Paul and Elizabeth also talk about the advantages of the Global Entry program.
Gary Arndt talks with Paul about America’s Caribbean, the Florida Keys. Gary reports in from Islamorada on his way to the totally wacky Underwater Music Festival. They talk about what makes the Keys a special part of America and how the residents work to keep it special. Gary visits a Turtle Hospital and a National Park without […]
Jennifer Dombrowski chats with Paul and Elizabeth about climbing Stromboli one of the world’s most active volcanos. While Paul and Elizabeth have sailed by the volcano which dominates the island, Jennifer describes how she visited the island and climbed the volcano. It’s a strenuous climb up slopes that are covered by ash. She recommends doing […]
On location in Chesky Krumlov, in the Czech Republic, we take you to the 18th century, where Paul and Elizabeth meet town scribe Joseph Anton and learn what life was like then in the village, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Anton reveals the politics, history, and ghost stories that make this 600-year-old village an […]
Paul and Elizabeth chat with Loren Nalewanski, vice president & global brand manager of TownePlace Suites and Apoorva N. Gandhi, Vice President, Multicultural Affairs, Marriott International, Inc. about the growing importance of niche market hotels. TownePlace Suites has a current program to focus on providing services to US Military personnel with many locations near bases in the US. […]
Michelle Blackley of Niagara tourism joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about the American side of the famous falls. We talk about Annie Edson Taylor who was the fist woman to survive going over the Falls in a barrel. She went over the falls with her cat, but history goes not record how the cat […]
Eva Vondrusova joins Paul and Elizabeth over lunch beside the river Vltava in the shadow of the Charles Bridge to talk about walking through Prague. Eva is one of the best guides in any city we have found anywhere in the world and walking with her through the streets of Prague is a wonderful experience and […]
John Poimiroo who produces Voices From The Past for OnTravel is also an award winning outdoor writer. He has a love of the outdoors that is reflected in his writing and photography. He discusses with Paul what it takes to be a successful outdoor writer and why the outdoors and wilderness holds such an attraction […]
Frank Lloyd Wright, the legendary American architect joins us in another of our series of Voices From The Past. Today Taliesen West in Arizona preserves Wright’s legacy and provides a remarkable place for visitors to hear about Wrights amazing projects in American architecture.
Regular contributor Margie Goldsmith talks with Paul about music and festivals in New Orleans. New Orleans continues to be one of the best places in America to hear not only contemporary jazz but traditional jazz and other styles. She also talks about the great Blues festival in Chicago. Margie reports on music as well as unique travel […]