Caroline Beteta,CEO of VisitCalifornia has shaped a message that resonates around the world. California is a place where dreams do come true and you can realize your dreams while visiting California. She talks with Paul and Elizabeth about the opportunities in marketing the iconic image California has to the world. It seems that everyone does want […]
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Florida Keys expert and spokesperson, Andy Newman joins us once again to talk about some new attractions in what is one of the most unique and interesting destinations in America, the Florida Keys. There are festivals and events nearly every week of the year throughout the Keys. Andy talks about a marathon held each year […]
Bhaskar Krishnamurthy, talks with Paul and Elizabeth about how tigers are increasing in their preserves in the national parks around Bangalore in India. Bhaskar works with people to people programs and children both in the United States and India and is an avid conservationist and observer of the natural world.
Gary Arndt checks in after his groundbreaking trip to Haiti with G Adventures. He talks with Paul about how to travel as a tourist to the country as well as relating some of his observations about a country that has suffered much and is coming back slowly. Gary notes that the countryside and small villages outside […]
Larissa and Michael Milne join Paul and John Poimiroo to talk about their new guide to the history of Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Liberty Trail. While covering all the usual historical spots in the city, the Milnes have written a guide that also reveals insider information: everything from the real story of Betsy Ross to where to […]
Crai Bower plummeting downhill on his mountain bike at the Quebec Winter Carnival is strangely quiet about the consequences of his adventure. One thing is sure; he didn’t take this photo. He shares with Paul the thrill of winter sports and the adventure he found while attending Winter Carnival in Quebec. For more on Quebec City.
Jennifer Dombrowski checks in with Paul and Elizabeth after winter sports in France and a great trip to the Sami people in Sweden where she and husband Tim took one of the great selfies of all time.
Crai Bower joins us after his epic winter journey to the five iconic National Parks in Utah. He describes a time of tranquility and being able to get in touch with the wild country without the press of thousands of visitors. This is part two. The complete stories can be found at The San Francisco Chronicle website
Crai Bower joins us after his epic winter journey to the five iconic National Parks in Utah. He describes a time of tranquility and being able to get in touch with the wild country without the press of thousands of visitors. This is part one part two follows.