Brand USA’s Chris Thompson joins Paul to talk about the ongoing success of attracting overseas visitors to the United States and the enormous positive impact inbound tourism has on the domestic economy.
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World famous chocolatier Norman Love joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about chocolate. He shares with them how he got started making chocolate and how it has made his life more meaningful and of course successful. The also share chocolate stories. Norman Love Confections is based in Ft. Myers, Estero and Naples, FL. He is the […]
Paul and Elizabeth talk with Yannis Moati one of the co-founders of HotelsbyDay. Hotels by Day is an online service that provides hotels in 16 markets where people can reserve by the day. It’s ideal for pre- and post-cruise departure ports, parents visiting their children at college or families and couples doing a daycation. It’s a […]
Paul and Elizabeth talk with founder of Hitlist Gillian Morris about her life experiences that led to this new concept in travel apps. Hitlist, helps travelers plan the perfect trips on their “Hitlists.” Their mission is to help people travel more for less. Their filters help people find trips that suit their time, destination preferences and […]
DFW International Airport CEO Sean Donohue joins Paul and Elizabeth to begin a new feature looking into what makes a great airport. Millions of people a year move through DFW International Airport and Sean Donohue talks about what goes into making an airport a good part of the travel experience. From the efforts to make travel […]
Alison Salceda of Stubhub joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss the online ticket sharing site that Salceda describes as “the eBay for sports, concerts, and performing arts tickets.” A new app lets you discover events you might like in the city you’re visiting. We also get the inside scoop about StubHub Center, home of the LA Galaxy. […]
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.
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 […]
Mark Van Ells, professor of history at Queensborough Community College, The City University of New York has written a history and travel guide on World War 1 that makes for a great historical read but also provides good information on visiting the major sites of the First World War. He talks with Paul and Elizabeth about the War […]
Spud Hilton joins Paul at IPW to talk about travel and have one of their rant chats. Spud talks about how to be courteous to your fellow passengers on crowded flights and they both share their current views on the crowded skies. Spud is the Travel Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle and a frequent […]