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People — Margie Goldsmith Talks Music And Food In New Orleans

Paul chats with Margie Goldsmith about her insider tips about visiting New Orleans and the special events and festivals that often are peopled more by locals than visitors. She shares some of her recent experiences about music and food and touring the city on a bicycle.    SaveSave

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Places — Traveling In Nevada Is Filled With Scenery And Interesting People

Elizabeth and Paul chat with Bethany Drysdale of Travel Nevada about life beyond Las Vegas. The great expanses of land and the amazing small towns with great stories and history are part of the state beyond Las Vegas and Reno.   SaveSaveSaveSave

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Places — Nancy Light Talks Touring California Wineries And Sustainability

Nancy Light of the California Wine Institute chats with Paul and sustainable practices in California wineries and reports that wineries are gearing up for visitors this year to show off sustainable practices and trends in organic wine making with Down To Earth Month and other events.   SaveSave SaveSave

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Cruises — New Celebrity Edge Will Have Innovative Dining Options

Paul chats with Brian Abel of Celebrity Cruises about the new and extremely innovative dining concepts being rolled out for the new Celebrity Edge due out later this year. Not only is the food cutting edge and very innovative but the presentations elevate dining aboard to new heights. Here are just a few highlights of […]

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Cruises — Josh Leibowitz of Cunard Talks WWII Crossing On Queen Mary 2

On this episode of Traveling, Josh Leibowitz joins to talk about Cunard teaming up again for another transatlantic voyage with The Greatest Generations Foundation. It remains a once in a lifetime transatlantic cruise from Southampton to New York, and pays tribute to the heroes of World War II. Cruising aboard the Queen Mary 2, this trip will […]

People — Kevin Lee Talks Loyalty Accounts and Privacy

Kevin Lee of Sift Science joins Paul to talk about the online risks of getting our loyalty program accounts hacked. He explains that while the first line of defense is always strong, unique passwords, technology like biometric identification through fingerprints and facial recognition provide even greater security. Sift Science is working with companies both large […]

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People — Gene Seroka Works In One Of The World’s Great Ports

The Port of Los Angeles is huge. It is literally the gateway to and from Asia for much of the goods imported into America. In one month the port may process more than 700,000 container units. Thousands of trucks and dozens of two-mile long trains move containers into and out of the port every day. It’s […]

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Places — Leon Liberman Talks Spain, Paradors, Pintxos And Architecture

Leon Liberman, our correspondent about all things Spain, updates us on things not to miss this year. As always, Leon offers valuable tips on how to get beneath the surface of Spain, whether staying in a Parador, sampling pintxos (Basque tapas), or tasting artisanal chocolate. Some of Leon’s latest Spanish finds … Architect Antoni Gaudi’s […]

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Places — JetSetSarah Talk Caribbean After The Hurricanes

Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon is an award-winning travel journalist, TV host and self-described “Carivangelist,” who ventures to the beach and beyond to share the diverse culture, lifestyle and people of the world’s favorite warm-weather destination. Based in Miami, the former travel editor of Caribbean Journal and executive editor of Caribbean Travel + Life magazine is also jetsetter-in-chief at JetSetSarah.com, […]

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Places — Bürgenstock – The Legendary Resort of Switzerland Reinvents Itself

Bürgenstock, on a promontory overlooking Switzerland’s Lake Lucerne, has a renowned hospitality history. The first hotel opened here in 1873, and in the 1950s, Audrey Hepburn married Mel Ferrer in the Bürgenstock Chapel. The resort closed for several years, but has recently reopened as the Burgenstock Hotels and Resort, Lake Lucerne.   The resort’s general […]