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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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.
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.
Orlando Ashford, President of the Holland America Line, was the keynote speaker at this year’s National Conference for the Society of American Travel Writers. He speaks of the transformative power of travel to open minds, build connections, and be inspired by our shared humanity.
Paul joins Scott Steele and tours the Lan Su Chinese Garden in Portland, Oregon. The garden was created in a downtown city block by craftsmen both from the local area and China. Today it’s recognized as one of the best outside China.
Jennifer Dombrowski reports on her 6th visit to Iceland, a land she is admittedly fascinated with. She joins Paul and Elizabeth from her home in Bordeaux, France to share some of the insights she got from this trip which included a visit deep inside a volcano.