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Tallman Hotel

The Tallman Hotel in Clear Lake, California with its antique charm and settled in an unspoiled wilderness area gives you a taste of what life was like in the old West. Paul and Liz talk to Bernard and Lynne Butcher who saved it for travelers to enjoy.



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Shane Dallas Arab Travel Market

 

Travel Camel, Shane Dallas, is back to talk about the Arabian Travel Market and when is a good time to visit the Middle East and Africa. 



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Top Canadian Chefs Talk Food

What’s the food scene like in the Great White North? Eric Pateman of Edible Canada, and Wayne Morris, executive chef of Boralia, join Paul and Elizabeth to talk about the latest food trends in Canada, including combining dishes from various culinary regions in the same meal.



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Oakwood

You may not realize that Oakwood Worldwide is one of the great hospitality brands in travel. Whether traveling on a long term business trip, an Oakwood property is the ideal place to stay. Christopher Ahearn, CEO, Oakwood Worldwide and Christine Moore, Vice President, Global Marketing, Communications and Revenue Management, gives Paul a sneak peak of their new property, Oakwood at Olympic and Olive, in Los Angeles.



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Voices Surf City

Back in 1914, surf legend George Freeth, was commissioned by oil tycoon Henry Huntington to surf Huntington Beach and bring tourism to the City that bears his name. Freeth opened the Huntington Beach pier with “dazzling feats of balance and dexterity that people had never seen before” on an 8-foot surfboard made of redwood, cementing his iconic status in history as the Father of Modern Surfing.  

A hundred and three years later, Kelly Miller, the CEO of Visit Huntington Beach and SurfCityUSA.com, portrays the character of Freeth and joins us for a look back on how surfing became the iconic sport of Southern California.

 



Susan Schwartz Sips Her Way Around London

Susan Schwartz of bestbitsworldwide.com

Susan Schwartz chats with Paul about her website bestbitsworldwide.comSusan also chronicles the best libations and dispensers thereof around the world from her base in London. She and Paul talk about London, great food and places to drink in the greatest international city on earth. 

 

 

 



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Travel Tips with Shane Dallas, The Travel Camel

Shane Dallas, TheTravelCamel.com

Shane Dallas, the “Travel Camel,” not only has visited over 100 countries in his travels, he fully immerses himself into the lives and cultures where he goes. And he always comes away from the experience changed for the better. In this episode, he joins Elizabeth to talk about tips on how to travel easier whether traveling a little, or a lot.



The Wunderland World In Hamburg Germany’s Top Attraction

Wunderland World is perhaps the hottest tourist destination in Germany. Filled with dioramas and train sets, over a million travelers from all over Europe flock to see this world in miniature. 

 



Gary Arndt And Early Man In Israel

Travel Journalist Gary Arndt joins us on the show to talk about ancient Israel and the clues of how people lived that were left behind. If you’re interested in traveling to the Middle East, or are even just a history buff, this episode is a good one.

 

 

 



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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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