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People — Jennifer Dombrowski and the Secrets of Limousin France

Limousin is a lesser known area of France, but its fine wine and food are one of its most treasured secrets. It also the center of several French craft businesses making some of the world’s finest products. Jennifer Dombrowski joins Paul and Elizabeth to share some of these wonderful, yet lesser known features of the French […]

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People — Janice Wald Henderson Traveling and Fine Dining in Japan

Janice Wald Henderson who reports on fine dining and cruise experiences regularly on our show, returns to chat with Paul about the continually evolving world of Japanese dining in and around Tokyo.

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Los Angeles’ Oldest Family Owned Restaurant and its Amazing Collection Of Scotch Whisky

Paul chats with John Lindquist, General Manager of the Tam O’Shanter in Los Angeles. The Tam has been owned by the Frank family has hosted film stars, friends and local characters for 95 years. While lunch and dinner at the Tam is an institution, the restaurant under Lindquist’s stewardship has amassed a world-class collection of 300 […]

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Places — Martinique The French Caribbean Island Spared By A Hurricane

Muriel Wiltord, Director Americas at Martinique Promotion Bureau, joins Paul and Elizabeth to share her thoughts on why the island remains so popular with visitors. Flights arrive daily from around the world bringing visitors who come for sun but also the unique French culture found on the island.

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Places — Bristol England Has History, Food And Art

Max Hartshorne, editor of GoNomad chats with Paul about his recent trip to Bristol, England. They talk about the city’s historic role in the slave trade, a remarkable suspension bridge, art, and the British staple that is fish and chips.

People — Lyndon Faulkner Talks New Travel Products from Pelican

We try to catch up with Lyndon Faulkner of Pelican Products and find out what the company is currently doing at least once a year. Turns out they have a new line of travel products including some really innovative luggage and backpacks that are not only light but Pelican strong.  And as always the guarantee […]

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People — Tim Hills and How McMenamins Saves History In The Pacific Northwest

With headquarters in a former funeral home, hotels in historic schools and pubs in theaters, McMenamins is decidedly unconventional. And the Pacific Northwest family-owned company’s passion is rescuing old buildings and turning them into an eclectic collection of breweries, pubs and historic hotels. In addition to preserving buildings, they also preserve neighborhood histories. On-staff historian, […]

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Places — Machu Picchu Attracts Over 1.5 Million Visitors To Peru A Year

Angie Clavijo, whose family created the Sumaq Hotel, Machu Picchu, talks with Paul about visiting and how her family has worked to provide an authentic visitor experience to this historic Peruvian destination.

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People — Art Sbarsky Talks About Cruising Legend Art Rodney

Art Sbarsky, joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about how Crystal Cruises was created and about the amazing role of it’s first CEO, Art Rodney in creating what became the world’s leading luxury cruise line for many years. They also discuss the pivotal role Rodney played in generating the modern demand for cruising with the […]

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People — Jim Markel Maker Of Red Oxx Luggage Talks Travel Tips

Jim Markel, of Red Oxx Luggage is back to share with Paul about how traveling light should always your goal for the best experience. Jim will also talk about features of his softsided luggage and gear that made it the gold standard for durability and practicality.   SaveSave