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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 […]

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Places –Shane Dallas Takes Us To Ostrava In The Czech Republic

Shane Dallas, The Travel Camel, joins Paul and Elizabeth to share his impressions of Ostrava in The Czech Republic, site of this summer’s TBEX Europe 2018, a travel bloggers conference to be held July 26–28. On a pre-conference visit, Shane discovered Ostrava’s many charms, from delicious food to a fascinating mining museum.  Learn how the […]

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Places — Embracing Authentic Ireland With MP Brendan Griffin

Perhaps no other country on earth welcomes visitors with as much warmth as Ireland. Brendan Griffin, TD, Minister of State for Tourism and Sport for the Republic of Ireland, joins Paul and Elizabeth for a chat about ways that visitors can meet the Irish people, learn about its rich culture, and experience its scenic beauty. […]

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Places — The Port of Los Angeles and Battleship Iowa

The Battleship Iowa is a remarkable historical treasure. Paul is joined by Jonathan T. Williams, president and CEO and Craig L Post, public program manager of the Pacific Battleship Center in the Admiral’s Quarters to talk about how and why a dedicated group of volunteers worked tirelessly to bring the ship and its history to […]

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People — Margie Goldsmith Talks About Fishing In Abacos, Bahamas

Correspondent Margie Goldsmith chats with Paul about her recent fishing trip to the Abacos, in the Bahamas, and why even rank amateurs can have a blast. She also discusses why the Abacos have such a powerful lure for anyone seeking a place to really get away. 

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Tech Lord James DeRuvo and Preserving Travel Memories

Tech Lord James DeRuvo is back to share with Paul about some great new products that travelers are going to want to preserve those “Kodak moments,” especially those pictures taken before digital cameras. He also talks about the emerging trend of making travel video logs and the gear you can use to make yours more […]

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Places — Gary Arndt Talks About Travel Bargains In Montenegro

Gary Arndt talks with Paul about his recent travels, which have taken him to Canada (where he didn’t see the northern lights) and Montenegro. While in Montenegro, Gary found a country whose spectacular scenery and low prices make it a star destination. His tip is to fly into the airport near Dubrovnik and drive up the […]

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People — Gary Arndt Talks Lists For Travel Both Good And Bad

Every year, travel fans come up lists on the best places to travel. Gary Arndt agrees with Paul that there is a lot of room for improvement, and gives us the inside scoop on why they are really marketing vehicles. Check out everything-everywhere for more.       SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave