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Jennifer Dombrowski Talks Wine Bordeaux And Getaway to Bristol

Jennifer Dombrowski reports in on another great wine event in Bordeaux where the great wines are tasted from the barrel for the future. According to Jennifer 2016 should be a good vintage for vineyards south of the river. She also talk with Paul and Elizabeth about visiting Bristol, England. Recently named one of the best […]

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AON’s Beth Godlin Shares Insider Tips On Travel Insurance

Beth Godlin, president of AON Affinity Travel Practice joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about travel insurance and the increasing importance of travel insurance in today’s world. They discuss the need for good insurance with cruising and of course medical evacuation issues which are increasingly costly   .

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Port Of Quebec: History, Tall Ships, And Great Food

The Port of Quebec shines especially brightly this year, as Canada celebrates its 150th birthday. The port’s Marie-Andree Blanchet joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss Quebec City’s fascinating history, its wonderful foods, and upcoming events, such as a gathering of the Tall Ships. Join them to learn more about one the world’s most inviting ports. […]

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The Wine Is Green: Earth Month In California Vineyards

Nancy Light of the California Wine Institute joins Paul to talk about the efforts of California winemakers to not only create green practices but world-class organic wines. Whenever you travel to California plan a visit to one of the great wine growing regions.  

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Jennifer Dombrowski Reports From France on Skiing in Andorra

Jennifer Dombrowski is back reporting from Bordeaux, France on her most recent trip. This time, she traveled to a small place, not far from Bordeaux, in the Pyrenees mountains: Andorra.  From how to get there to her favorite restaurants, activities, and other attractions Jennifer gives all the details you need to plan a trip to […]

Carmel Indiana Champions Traffic Roundabouts As Way To Lessen Congestion

Mayor Jim Brainard of Carmel, Indiana has made the city a leader in the use of traffic roundabouts, containing more than 100 within it’s city streets.  Jim talks with Paul and Elizabeth about how increasingly, cities are trading their traffic lights in for  European-style roundabouts.  They’re doing it for reasons that range from cost savings and traffic flow […]

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500px Has Nine Million Members Taking Great Travel Photos

Andy Yang from 500px visits the show to talk all things travel photography. Paul met Andy at the Phocuswright Conference in Los Angeles last year, and today they discuss great travel photography.  500px is a photography community and marketplace that aims to help photographers grow three things: their skills, network, and wallets. Andy shares info […]

Carnival Adds Havana Overnight To Caribbean Cruises

Terry Thornton, Senior Vice President of Carnival Cruises joins Paul and Elizabeth to share details of their new Havana, Cuba cruise program in the Caribbean. Leaving from the port of Tampa, Florida, Carnival offers 12 different cruises to Havana: either 4-day “weekend” cruises or 5-day cruises with an additional stop at a location such as Key […]

Gary Arndt Talks Netherlands, Travel, Photography, and More

In this episode we welcome Gary Arndt back to the show as he’s recently returned from his first trip of 2017 to the Netherlands. On this trip he visited Utrecht, Rotterdam, and more and talks to Paul about the culture, architecture, history, and food and more.  Gary also shares about his new Facebook group, Everything […]

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Margie Goldsmith Explores The Best Of Swiss Ski Resorts

    Margie Goldsmith, the Snow Lover  and collector of cow bells, traveled via Swiss International Airlines on a travel pass on the Swiss Travel System which also includes  50% price reduction on most mountain railways and free admission to nearly 500 museums. She stayed in Swiss Deluxe Hotels  and talked about on the air some of the […]