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A weekly podcast dedicated to theme parks, roller coasters and thrill rides. During each show, we talk about the total theme park experience. We'll have interviews with the people making decisions at your favorite park, reviews and ratings of the newest rides and attractions, discussion about everyday park experiences and chances to win tickets and merchandise from parks around the country!
Join Lowell Thomas Award winning travel correspondent Tom Wilmer as he shares his travel experiences from across America and around the world.
Whether you are considering life in Costa Rica or finalizing your plans to make the move, the discussions, mentoring and Q&A will help you get the best results.
Mike and Emily provide international perspectives on Disney fandom - with the guy a British would-be voice actor, and the girl a Portland, Oregon-based art nerd, who knows what conclusions these two will come to on the whole variety of subjects planned for the podcast - only time, and bandwidth, will tell.
The digital home for RVers. RVing is not camping anymore. It has evolved into a high tech life style that requires maintaining many technology systems. This podcast addresses the myriad issues that arise while traveling in an RV. The podcasters travel extensively in their RV, so they can share their experiences with listeners in a fun and interesting style. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Highlighting news and events around Walt Disney World. We offer tips and information on how to best tour the parks of Walt Disney World including unbias touring plans, reviews of attractions, restaurants and resorts. We also feature Walt Disney World experts on the show from your favorite Walt Disney World websites who stop by and lend their expertise to the show. We also cover topics such as saving money, news and changes and answering listener emails.
Join Gary Arndt (Everything-Everywhere.com), Jen Leo (LATimes.com), Chris Christensen (AmateurTraveler.com) and other notables in the travel industry, in a weekly roundtable discussion of news and trends in the travel industry. New episodes are available every Wednesday.
Monthly travel radio show featuring interviews, news and views from correspondents all over the world.
Join Matt and Nate each week as we discuss Disney History, Disney Theme Parks Details and Theme Park Touring. Segments examine attractions, shows of the past and present of Disney theme parks and more.
Award-winning journalist Mike Wendland travels North America in a small motorhome, reporting about the interesting people and places he meets, offering RV and camping tips, tapping into his network of Roadtreking reporters, reviewing the latest in traveling technology and discovering destinations you'll want to put on your bucket list.
Our budgets may be smaller, but now more than ever we need to take a break when we can. Whether you’re holidaying at home or touring The Far East, travel writer Fionn Davenport discusses the best places to see and the best things to do every Tuesday from 6.25pm in Tuesday Travel.
This podcast delves into the world of those making long term travel their lifestyle. These passionate stories from exotic corners of the globe are meant to excite and motivate. Ian Robinson, the host, has been traveling for the last 4 years through Africa, Australia, The Pacific Islands and the United States. The interviews are with entertaining people who are living remarkable lives of adventure and travel. We'd love to have you as a fan of the show.
This is "YOUR TICKET TO RIDE!"- A diverse audio presentation on the Themed Entertainment & Amusement Industry. Immersive discussions on Theme Parks, Dark Rides, Roller Coasters, Interactive Atrractions, Themed Shows, World's Fair, etc. with the creators behind the industry. Disney Parks, Universal Studios, Six Flags, Cedar Fair, Busch Entertainment, and much more. The Most In-Depth Theme Park Podcast on the Internet!
Mousetalgia is a podcast for Disney fans about Disneyland, Disney in society, and Disney trivia and history. Enjoy in-depth reviews of the parks, discussions about Disneyana and Disney merchandise, and our take on the latest Disney movies, books and more. View our galleries and join the discussion at www.mousetalgia.com!
Keeping Your Daydream of travel doesn’t have to break the bank… or spend your entire life working to achieve! In this weekly interview show, you’ll hear inspiring stories of people who left “normal” to pursue their travel dreams. Each episode brings you a different perspective on a new way of living. Guests share their daydream, defining moment, how they achieved their dream and how they sustain their unique lifestyle. Your host Tricia Leach extracts lessons learned so you can take one step closer to keeping your daydream alive!
A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America's leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio. Related travel information and message boards on www.ricksteves.com.
DisAfterDark is a Disney podcast for grown ups. The show is an irreverent look at the Disney parks by four English blokes who really know how to have a good time. This show is a member of the MiceChat network: http://MicePod.com
Welcome to our travel and resource podcast for those eternally hip, young at heart and needing a leg up on the happenings of the Metroplex and beyond. Each week Sparkles, Edwin and I will take you on a tour of restaurants, bars and local events that have caught our interest.
Travel tips and news you can use from Peter Greenberg, The Travel Detective
The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and the best places to travel to. It covers everything from knowing what to put on your Chicago dog when you go to the Windy City to swimming with whales in Tonga.
Do you want to escape your routine and get out of your comfort zone to find meaningful, life-changing experiences on the road? Or maybe you just want to travel further and more often for less and come home with amazing stories? This is your call to adventure. Whether you're a longtime traveler looking for that next experience, or someone who wants help getting started in becoming a world traveler, this show will help you plan to put yourself in the position to get the best stories out of your travels. Join Nathaniel Boyle as he brings you daily interviews with inspiring world explorers like Nomadic Matt, Gary Arndt, Johnny Jet, The Planet D, and many more travel bloggers, podcasters, industry experts, location independent entrepreneurs, and locals to discuss why they travel and how they do it. We explore why travel matters, round the world travel, budget travel, adventure travel, inspiration travel, travel hacking, frequent flyer points and miles, hotels and accommodation, where to eat, street food, ex-pat living, entrepreneurs and digital nomads, career breaks, gap years, alternative accommodations, and anything else that works to get you there the way you want it to. Everyone wants to be adventurous and have great stories. This is the Daily Travel Podcast.
We are John and Kathy Huggins and we have been full-time RVers since 2005. We started the Living the RV Dream podcast in 2009 after a 4 month live radio debut on WSRQ in Sarasota, FL. We discuss all aspects of the RV lifestyle on our show.
A radio show about cruising. Contains cruise reviews, cruise tips for new cruise passengers, cruise articles, and cruise related interviews.
Comedian and TV host Mike Siegel sits down for a lighthearted chat with his friends: comedians, actors, writers producers, and travel professionals, about the joys and and nightmares of travel.
Come and explore with us the best way to vacation: cruise ship sailing. Our show will share with you our favorite tips and ideas on how to have great cruise ship experience.
Peter Greenberg is America's most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist. Peter is Travel Editor for CBS News, appearing on CBS This Morning and The Evening News with Scott Pelley, among other broadcast platforms. Peter Greenberg Worldwide Podcast is a travel news show airing from a different location every weekend, featuring local experts sharing their favorite gems.
Viva Tropical is a lifestyle 20 years in the making. It all started on a surf trip to Costa Rica in the mid 90's, where your host Josh Linnes fell in love with the tropical region. Since then he founded several companies including www. vivatropical.com, created real estate projects in Costa Rica and Panama, eventually buying his own island in Panama with his business partner Park Wilson. As comfortable in a dug out canoe as as a yacht, his adventures take him and his business partner into uncharted regions. Josh is a proponent of living simply while focusing on getting the most out of life. His love of exploring and experiencing everything the diverse region has to offer is obvious. On its surface the show is about the Latin Tropics, but the hosts multitude of interests take the show much deeper. From strange local myths and unique plants, to how to retire to the region. From offshore investment strategy to how to build a sailboat. You are welcome to enjoy an eclectic mix of interviews, how to's, local hacks, investment strategy, surfing stories, environmental coverage, off-grid information, coffee talk, and much more. Having a radio show is an excuse for Josh to draw in interesting people that hopefully teach listeners something new. Get to know a region better while discovering about all types of different subjects designed to help you break free and thrive.
The Travel and Cruise Podcast with Gary Bembridge, travel writer, podcaster, video maker and blogger. Inspiration, tips, tricks and advice on finding and having amazing travel experience on both land and at sea. Drawing on first-hand experiences of travelling every month of every year for over 25 years. Visit the site at www.tipsfortravellers.com for the links to sign up for the newsletter, join the Facebook group and follow Gary Bembridge on Twitter.
In this bi-weekly podcast, your hosts Tracey and Scott take you to Disney, Indiana and discuss books, movies, music, theme parks, video games and whatever else in the Disneyverse they'd like to talk about. They'll share audio clips, interviews and other surprises along the way. If you enjoy all aspects of the Mouse, come hang out in Disney, Indiana. Disney, Indiana cannot be found on any standard map. It's more of a state of mind, or more precisely a state of heart.
The Travel Guys take you across the globe and through our own backyard here in Sacramento. A true treat for all us armchair travelers!
Podcast devoted to Hawaii Vacations and travel to Hawaii. Hosted by Bruce Fisher from HAWAII-ALOHA.COM
The Ultimate Disneyland & WDW Audio Adventure Podcast. A celebration of the magical sounds of Disney in FULL STEREO SOUND, brought to you by "the Disney Sounds Guy" Paul Barrie. A WindowtotheMagic is a weekly journey into the wonderful world of the Disney Theme Parks, and the sounds which make those parks so fantastic. Containing everything from Disney created "source audio" to sounds recorded "live" at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, this is just the fix every Disney fan needs when they can't get to the park. Do you remember the Goodyear peoplemover? Do you love the Adventure thru Inner Space? Then this is the show for you!
Travel the world with Flight Attendant Betty!!! This is a airline and travel podcast with funny stories from the airplane and around the world!! I actually have a book coming out...if go to my website www.bettyinthesky.com you can find out more about the book and e-book!
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The Frequent Traveler's Podcast. The voice of the frequent traveler -- more about the journey than the destination
Travelers and Adventurers of the world share their best stories and anecdotes from the road with us.
Inside the Magic is a weekly podcast covering everything related to Disney, Orlando, theme parks, special events, movies, and merchandise including news, reviews, interviews, and much more.
The Cruise Addicts Talk Show features cruise ship reviews, industry news, expert interviews, tips for new cruisers and much more.
The Podcast on Irish Travel, Irish Customs and All Things Irish. We take you to some of the best Irish towns and villages. As we explore Ireland's most popular destinations, we offer our suggestions to get you off the tourist trail and in to the "real" Ireland. Sit back, relax and make yourself comfortable at the Irish Fireside, and feel free to use our Episode Guides for maps, destination recaps and links to the sites and topics we discuss.
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Covering pop culture fun... without the pixie dust. Themed entertainment with an adult flair, from theme parks and haunted attractions to parties and conventions.
Scotland travel by motorhome, motorcycle, bicycle and hill walking. Information and advice on the more remote and scenic parts of Scotland including the Highlands and Islands. A Scottish podcast.
Join the Disney Food Blog's AJ Wolfe on a Disney Dining adventure! The DFB Podcast covers everything from fine dining to fast food and snacks in the Disney Theme Parks, resorts, and cruise ships. Get the best Disney dining tips and tricks from AJ's 20 years of experience with Walt Disney World, Disneyland, the Disney Cruise Line, and much more.
goNOLA.com: All The Best Places to Eat, Drink, Shop and Play in New Orleans!
Every episode of Hawaii Travel Podcast features free Hawaii travel tips, advice, and plenty of answers to listener’s FAQs about traveling to Hawaii. From planning your dream vacation to advice on how to get fantastic deals on airfare and hotel rooms and what to do when you arrive in Hawaii--we explore it all.
The Golden Horseshoe Review is a podcast about Disney Parks and Resorts—the lands, attractions, and hotels—and the Imagineers that dream, design, and build them. There are lots of Disney podcasts out there; we've tried to streamline ours - We're focused: we talk only about Disney theme parks, from the experience and design angles. No talk about movies, pin trading, video games, or ESPN. We're short: we'll always be around thirty minutes; we try to be less than twenty. We're direct: we don't waste time with a lot of interstitial audio and infrastructure. This show is simply three Disney geeks discussing Disney theme parks. On with the show!
Kathy starts out with information on 2 Florida parks with nice discounts. One is Camper’s Holiday in Brooksville, FL www.campersholiday.com The other is Tropical Palms in Orlando whose picture is the featured image above. It’s near all the attractions and theme parks. Check them out at http://www.tropicalpalmsresortfl.com/ // Next we discuss a little about service dogs and their training and go right into not leaving your pets in a car even on a 70 degree day. The feature this week is The RVers Bookshelf. We discuss the books we use when travelling and trip planning. They are: The Next Exit $17.95 at www.amazon.com Good Sam RV Travel Guide Obtain $17.60 at www.amazon.com Pilot/Flying J Directory Obtain at Pilot/Flying J Truck stops KOA Campground Directory www.koa.com Passport America Campground Guide www.passportamerica.com Mountain Directory West/East $16.95/$14.95 at http://www.mountaindirectory.com/ The Motor Carriers...
Guides from Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic tell us about some of the sites you can visit to get a feel for the Communist era in central and eastern Europe. We'll also explore the allure of a road trip in flatlands, where the unobstructed view makes the sky seem closer. And hear what kind of cross-cultural issues emerge when Europeans marry Americans. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.
Disneyquest at Walt Disney World is closing down. We'll talk about the history of this attraction and why it didn't live up to its potential. One of our "Coaster-Damus" Predictions for 2015 has come to pass! Our West-Coast Listener Meet-Up is at Knott's Berry Farm on Saturday, July 18th! EB braves danger and shoots off high-octane fireworks for the The 2015 Sparktacular Exploosioloosa! This and a whole lot more!
This week’s broadcast of the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show comes from the Nobu Villa inside the Nobu Hotel in Caesars Palace. Joining Peter is celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis, celebrating the one-year anniversary of her first restaurant GIADA at The Cromwell. Then Caesars Palace’s own Jason Gastwirth talks about some surprising changes in entertainment at both Caesars and the Strip. There’s all of this and more on this week’s episode of the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show from the Nobu Villa inside of Caesars Palace.
Situated just off the legendary California Coastal Highway One, halfway between LA and San Francisco, is the sleepy seaside town of Morro Bay. One of California's rare true-seaside resorts is the Inn at Morro Bay. Located within Morro Bay State Park, the iconic inn has been hosting guests since 1960 when it originally opened its doors as the Golden Tee Resort and Lodge. The Inn at Morro Bay is just now completing a three-year, multi-million dollar renovation. Join Correspondent, Tom Wilmer as he visits with Kelly Wells, the Inn's Director of Sales and Marketing. Kelly talks about the renovation and lots of cool things to do and see within walking distance—including an 18-hole golf courses (directly across the road), the Natural History Museum, kayaking and more. Funding for the Lowell Thomas award-winning podcast is provided by Hawaiian Reforestation Initiative Subscribe to this travel podcast on iTunes player.fm (UK) Stitcher.com
This Week in Costa Rica will feature each week a news portion in which Dan and Rico (qCostaRica) will talk about the happenings in and around the land of "Pura Vida". With over 30 years of living in Costa Rica between the two it give a unique insight into life in CR.Rico from QCostaRica and Dan address various topics going on in and around Costa Rica:1. Gay Marriage Legalization (Thoughts & Opinions)2. Gay Rights in Costa Rica3. Rainy Season Flooding on Costa Rica's Caribbean 4. Sinaola Cartel in Costa Rica5. Volunteer Beach Clean Ups in Costa Rica6. Bikinis, Pirates and Pura Vida; Travel Channel in JacoThis is followed by Dan and Rico talking about things they miss from home as we head into the 4th of July Weekend.
First of all, a great big happy birthday to our wonderful American Disnerd! To celebrate, Kayla joins your Disnerds to talk about all things Wonderland, including the original books, films, musicals, ballet, ice spectaculars. souvenir mugs... (not all above are guaranteed). Please let us know how you liked this episode, and send along a birthday greeting to Emily! You can Like us on Facebook, Follow on Twitter and Tumblr, subscribe on iTunes, and email us at email@example.com - and, as always, enjoy! Links 'n' Stuff: Kayla on Twitter Jim Korkis' The Vault of Walt
After several weeks at home, we began our 2 month adventure that will go as far north as Labrador. The trip out involves 1200 miles to get to the caravan starting point. Lots of topics invade this podcast so give it a listen.
Today the guys preview the events and happenings at WDW throughout the month of July 2015 and answer your listener questions.
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This Week in Travel - Travel News Podcast. Regular hosts Gary Arndt, Jen Leo and Chris Christensen are joined by this week's guest: Scott Eddy - Digital Nomad
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00:54 Geoff Harrison chats with Kirstey Newsome from Skimax Holidays. 03:02 Frances Beasley describes the bathing habits of Europeans. 07:23 David Gordon visits Reikjavic, Iceland (Courtesy Travelbites Radio). 21:24 Ren Zwiers presents this month’s Oz travel news. 26:38 Peter Watson chats with Dennis Murphy from Latitude Group Travel (Courtesy Travelwriters Radio). 35:33 Arthur von Wiesenberger and team interview author Mary Morris about the Jazz Palace, Chicago (Courtesy Around the World Radio). 40:24 Geoff Harrison discovers European rail travel thanks to his guest, Larry Burrows from Rail Plus.
RT42: How to Choose the Right V for for you! 10 Reasons why we went with a Class B motorhome The small motorhome lifestyle may not be right for everyone, but how do you know if it's right for you? We give you 10 reasons. In this episode of Roadtreking, the RV podcast, Mike and Jennifer Wendland share the top 10 reasons they like their small, Class B motorhome. There are RVs to fit just about every lifestyle and pocketbook. But to help you come up with the best choice for you and your family, Mike and Jennifer share the reasons they chose a Class B. They also answer lots of reader questions, on everything from the dangers of roadside debris caused by tire blowouts, to staying connected online. In traveling tech, Mike offers suggestions on how to set up your own private messaging system at a campground or on the road. Two listeners send in their Off-the-Beaten-Path reports about things to do and places to see in Maine. Complete show notes, links and resources can be found at http://roadtreking...
Manchan Magan takes George to Rajastahan in India this week.
Come along and join Associate Producer and correspondent, Suzie Rodriguez, reporting from Ann Arbor, Michigan where she continues her exploration of the town's cool, hip and happening restaurant scene. Rodriguez visits with Adam Baru at Mani Osteria. Mezzevino's General Manager, Nikki Leibold and Chef Dexter Dakins. Slurping Turtle's creator and chef, Tadashi Nagura and Manager, Albert Lauzon, and Vinology's General Manager, Vinny Jonna, and Chef Adam Galloway. Click here to learn more about Ann Arbor's diverse culinary scene/ Funding for the NPR.ORG podcast Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer is provided by Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, or: stitcher.com player.fm (UK) podcasts.de (Germany)
Producer of Hit The Road: India. Author of 7000 KM To Go. Competitor in the Rickshaw race. He is originally from Chicago. Speaking to us from Armenia. Introducing, Ric Gizarian. “It’s little unplanned experiences that create the mosaic of memories.” – Ric Gazarian (Tweet It) Travel Topics: What is the Rickshaw challenge? Ric Gizarian’s film Hit the Road: India How to financially maintain travel How to decide where to travel Why Ric was detained by police for taking pictures “Traveling to India has amazing highs, and amazing lows.” – Ric Gazarian (Tweet It) Lovely Links: Hit the Road: India The Adventurists – The Rickshaw Run Music Credit: Youthless by Beck Our Remains by Bittersweet Connect with Ric Gizarian: Website | Twitter | Facebook The post Ric Gizarian: Author and Filmmaker Races Across India appeared first on Love Affair Travel.
*Subscribe @ iTunes* The Seasoned Pros List Show finally RETURNS, from a year and a half hiatus! This top 10 list…sorry…TOP 7 LIST is all about the best water rides in amusement and theme parks. Brady MacDonald, writer for the LA Times Theme Parks/Funland Blog, joins the group to discuss why we love (or loathe) water rides in parks all around the USA. See if your favorite water rides make the Pros lists. Enjoy! Links: LA Times: Theme Parks About.com: Theme Parks Coaster Critic Touring Plans Walt Disney Birthplace MiceChat Pixie Vacations Season Pass Closing Song - Wheels by Enuff Z’nuff on iTunes Check Out The Season Pass Podcast Website at: www.seasonpasspodcast.com Follow Us On Twitter! - www.twitter.com/theseasonpass Like the TSPP Facebook page! - www.facebook.com/theseasonpass Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Call the Hotline with Park Trip Reports, Podcast Comments, or Anything else you would like to announce. –1-916-248-5524 Thanks to...
The second hour of The Travel Show for Sunday, June 28, 2015
The first hour of The Travel Show for Sunday, June 28, 2015
Jeff does Disneyland's Diamond celebration and reviews the Matterhorn updates, Paint the Night, World of Color - Celebrate, the T Party Diamond Edition - even breakfast at Flo's. Also, Disneyland goes 101: How much downtime is acceptable for new attractions and effects? We also discuss new merchandise, summer trip planning, and more! Plus, Mousetalgia attends Fathom Events' "Insider Access to Inside Out," and we discuss the nationwide event, then Mousetalgia reviews the groundbreaking film. Also - Michele Shocked, Star Wars cereal, WDW scat, and more!
Paul and Steven are definitely living their daydream. Unfulfilled from the advertising business in New York, they picked-up and moved their life to Italy to restore and operate a Villa. Escape with us to Villa Cappelli on the infamous Appian Way to hear about their inspiring journey.
Find out why Madrid and Prague are two of the most romantic cities in Europe as local tour guides describe outstanding architecture, peaceful gardens, friendly street life, and romantic viewpoints where visitors might find themselves falling in love.Plus, Rick chats with listeners who share unforgettable encounters from their travels. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.
We are joined this week by Ken from the Brilliant Web Site The Disney Movie Review & we chat about all the latest Disney & non Disney movies out this year. We talked so long that we ran out of time for Disney Alphabet so expect that next show. We are joined in The Mouses Head by Don’t forget to have a look at our sponsors app. Magical Trips by Emily Rawling We would really appreciate it if you would head over to iTunes and subscribe to the show and leave us a review. Even if you don't use iTunes, it will really help us build up the awareness of the podcast or if you listen on Stitcher Radio, please leave us a review there too. Listen to us via Stitcher for your iDevice or for your Android Device We love Pocket Casts for both iOS & Android Please subscribe to us at Libsyn Look for DisAfterDark in the stunning Overcast Podcast App & Downcast App on iOS Don't forget to follow us on Twitter. Like our Facebook page & join in the chat on Google Plus Subscribe to our YouTube...
In episode 139 of Denton Dallas and Beyond, we muddle through discussions of confederate monuments, liquor delivery and the loss of Sack and Save. In this non-normal, Sparkleless show, we move straight into Beyond, and talk of Las Vegas adventures.
Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Peter Greenberg Worldwide–Nobu Villa, Nobu Hotel in Caesars Palace Las Vegas–June 27, 2015This week’s broadcast of the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show comes from the Nobu Villa inside the Nobu Hotel in Caesars Palace. Joining Peter is celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis,... Read More...The post Peter Greenberg Worldwide–Nobu Villa, Nobu Hotel in Caesars Palace Las Vegas–June 27, 2015 appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
Hear about travel to Atlanta, Georgia as the Amateur Traveler talks to return guest Chris Willis about his hometown. Chris has been on the show talking about distant and exotic places but this time we talk about the land of Margret Mitchell and Coca-Cola.
Zingerman's Deli, a super popular hangout in Ann Arbor was such a success that the owners have grown the business model to include ten trendy food venues in and around Ann Arbor—each with a distinctive culinary approach. The Zingerman's model has been such a hit that it was not surprising to the locals when Inc. Magazine proclaimed Zingerman's to be "The Coolest Small Business in America" back in 2003. For a taste of Zingerman's, come along and join Associate Producer and correspondent, Suzie Rodriguez, reporting from Zingerman's Roadhouse in Ann Arbor where she visits with legendary, and revered chef, Alex Young. Funding for the NPRpodcast Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer is provided by Hawaiian Reforestation Initiative You may subscribe to the podcast on: iTunes Stitcher.com player.fm (UK) www.connect.pure.com podcasts.de (Germany)
“What’s another place that’s kind of a black hole in people’s imagination? Does it stretch me a little? So I go there open endedly… I’m just relying on good luck and chance encounters.” - Naomi Duguid, on finding her next travel and creative project. Naomi Duguid is a former-lawyer turned award winning cookbook writer, author, […] The post 208: Deciphering Culture Through Food with Naomi Duguid appeared first on The Daily Travel Podcast.
After the mail we discuss such short subjects as how to improve the ride on the Ford F53 gas RV chassis. // We discuss our Gathering rally and invite folks without RV’s to stay in rental travel trailers here at Horseshoe Cove. Contact us for more Gathering information at email@example.com We also talk about how to keep your rig cool in these hot sticky summer days with tips to optimize Air Conditioner use. Today’s feature is a discussion on the RV LP Systems found on most RV’s built today. Kathy does a piece on Heat Stroke and how to detect it and first aid measures to take until help arrives. The post LTRVD0322 RV LP Systems appeared first on Living the RV Dream.
Join Asociate Producer & Correspondent, Suzie Rodriguez, as she explores the dynamic culinary scene in the heart of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Ann Arbor, Nicknamed A2 or A-Squared by locals, this small city — home to the University of Michigan — makes its way year after year onto national "Best Of" compilations. Last year alone A2 landed on a dozen or more such lists, including being ranked #6 among "Best Cities for Well-Being" by USA Today and Gallup, #13 among the "Top 100 Best Cities to Live" by Livability.com, and #1 among the "10 Most Intelligent College Towns" by Zoomtens.com. Vibrant, youthful and hip, Ann Arbor's cultural attractions includes it array of trend setting international cuisine. And, A2 is Increasingly receiving recognition for its amazing culinary scene. The town has 300 restaurants--about 200 of them nestled into the small downtown area. Add in a wealth of high-energy chefs who thrive on taking chances, a university and townie patronage that seems to encourage and even...
Cannibal at Lagoon is almost ready to "devour" the competition. EB and Mike answer a listener e-mail from a man asking if he truly has the credibility to be a "Coasterboy." Our West-Coast Listener Meet-Up is at Knott's Berry Farm on Saturday, July 18th! Our Interactive Question asks listeners to vent about the Worst Policies invading theme parks this year. This and a whole lot more!
Entrepreneur. Business advisor. Traveling enthusiast. Author and educator. He speaks with us from Thailand. Introducing, Grant Weherley. “Get through limiting beliefs, and you can get through anything.” – Grant Weherley (Tweet It) Travel Topics: Why Thailand is a great place to start a business. How to deal with inconveniences while traveling. How to travel abroad after college. How to start an internet based business. Why Udemy is a great option for entrepreneurs. How to start a baseline revenue business. The biggest obstacles when starting a business. “Who you surround yourself with really matters.” – Grant Weherley (Tweet It) Lovely Links: The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Tim Ferriss Udemy Monetize Your Expertise To free opt in vide0 series Click Here To special program page for your audience (with discount) Click Here Music Credit: Perfect Situation by Weezer Giants by Bear Hands Connect with Grant Weherley: Website | Twitter | Facebook The post...
Richard Branson is no stranger to the travel industry with airlines, hotels, space, trains and now a cruise line. We headed to Miami for the announcement and got response from industry professionals and listened to public opinion. Also, we’ll answer listener questions about Caribbean shore excursions in Cozumel, Nassau and diving locations.
TV producer Tony Dimond Shares Tales of his travels for HGTV's Island Hunters. He also talks about his early days doing standup on the road, boyhood trips to Mexico, and more!
Welcome to Episode #38!On this new podcast episode we share what we call "Our Blue Sky Ideas: Virgin Cruises". Virgin Cruises is the first new cruise line since 1996 and they are asking cruisers what do you want to see and do when you take a cruise. You can even go to their web site www.virgincruises.com and fill out an online form to share your thoughts. We did it even better, we made a podcast! So Sir Richard Branson, we hope you are listening! Do you have any ideas for Virgin Cruises new ships? Share your thoughts with us! Call our voice mail line or email us and we will share them on the next show. As usual, we have the latest cruise news, cruise chit chat, our themed cruise of week and Scott's uncomfortable comments about lace. It's all here in our action packed show!
Today, Len returns from a non-working vacation to Disney as a tourist. (Show runs long so no Q and A this week)
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This weekTravel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Boise, Idaho. Joining us is Rocky Barker, journalist for the Idaho Statesman, describes what makes Boise such a great place to visit"from its easy access to outdoor activities to its thriving cultural scene. Then the Basque Museum & Cultural Center Director, Patty Miller, details the ways the large Basque community based in Boise passes down its heritage and traditions to the younger generations. Volunteer for Preservation Idaho and Boise Historian Amy Pence-Brown talks about the city’s expansion and how early models after Washington D.C. have allowed Boise to grow seamlessly.
When most people think of Southern California, the first thing that comes to mind is sprawling LA--and not 10,000 foot-tall mountains and ski resorts. But less than a two and half hour drive from the heart of Hollywood, you will find Big Bear California. The village and the base of the Big Bear ski slopes are 7,000 feet above sea level. Far from just a wintertime experience--Big Bear is a happening year round destination for SoCal natives and tourists from around the world. During the summer months, hiking, biking and lake activities are all consuming. If it's your first time at Big Bear, a highly recommended, fun introductory activity, that will give you a true birds-eye perspective of the pine-forested mountaintop realm is to sign up for a sightseeing helicopter flight. Flights start at just $35 for a seven-minute airborne adventure—And trust me, the experience is so dramatic and thrilling it will feel like you were an hour in the air. We took to the skies with Helicopter Big Bear's chief...
This Week in Costa Rica will feature each week a news portion in which Dan and Rico (qCostaRica) will talk about the happenings in and around the land of "Pura Vida". With over 30 years of living in Costa Rica between the two it give a unique insight into life in CR.After a brief talk about funny stories that happened to us during rainy season Rico from QCostaRica and Dan address various topics going on in and around Costa Rica:1. Garbage in the Drainage System in Costa Rica2. OIJ Agent Arrested in Quepos3. Un-Knowledgeable Lawyers & Doctors in Costa Rica4. "Good Country Index" for Costa Rica5. Test Of English As A Foreign Language (TOEFL) for Costa RicaThis is followed by Dan and Rico talking about getting a job in Costa Rica. Jobs they have had and getting used to the way of life in Costa Rica.Finally we have our Property of the Week, a luxury home on Costa Rica's Central Pacific coast.
Trigger/Content Warning for strong language and discussion of violent racism. This episode is sadly but proudly dedicated to James Horner, who we didn't talk about nearly as much as we should have. It's a rather special one this time, as the Disnerds are joined by TWO - count'em - TWO guests! We are joined by both Tanya AND Kiva, and a lovely time's had by all. There's actually even a surprising amount of Disney talk in this episode, along with Don Bluth, Dreamworks, and...Kid 'n Play's House Party?? If you enjoyed this mere half of the full episode - more soon! - let us know! You can Like us on Facebook, Follow on Twitter and Tumblr, subscribe on iTunes, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org - and, as always, enjoy! Links 'n Stuff: Kiva's website, Twitter Tanya's website (I Need Diverse Games), blog, Twitter Tanya and David's new podcast, Fresh Out of Tokens!
RT41 Roadtrteking RV Podcast: More on Energy Independence, Boondocking and Being Off-the-Grid The joys of boondocking and not having to worry about running out of power thanks to solar and lithium ion batteries In this episode Mike and Jennifer recap their recent 15-state, 6,000mile two-month long RV trip and how they were energy independent thanks to the power of lithium ion batteries and a rooftop of solar panels. Mike also revealed some of the details on new packages of lithium ion batteries being offered by Roadtrek on its Class B models as he and Jennifer talked in real use terms about how they were able to stay out longer and see beautiful places because of their system. The answer lots of reader questions about keeping a RV refrigerator cool on 12v power, finding places to boondocks and camp off-the-grid, and how a music student can keep in touch with his instructor while on an RV road trip. In traveling technology, Paul Ulreich, the Verizon Wireless "Uber User" shares insight into...
In Tuesday Travel, Manchan Magan fills George in on one of the fastest growing holiday options around - the naturist holiday.
What is the importance of prayer? How does spirituality connect to travel? We talk with our next guest about these questions. A christian activist and author. He’s completed a 37,000 mile prayer pilgrimage around the globe. Introducing, Jared Brock. “World travel is fundamental for world peace.” – Jared Brock (Tweet It) Travel Topics: What the point of prayer is. How to plan your first traveling experience. What it is like to meet the Pope. Why world travel is fundamental for peace. What it means to believe in God. How to improve your prayer life. “Do you want to be possessed by your possessions, or life experiences.” – Jared Brock (Tweet It) Lovely Links: Red Light Green Light A Year Living Prayerfully by Jared Brock The Rational Optimist: How Prosperity Evolves by Matt Ridley Hope for the Sold Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown Music Credit: Coast Cruiser by Gleemer On A Good Day (Metropolis) by Above & Beyond and Gareth Emery Connect with Jared Brock: Website...
After escaping Prison in 2001 Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman became the most wanted criminal in the world. The DEA, FBI, and Mexican Authorities were hunting him, but for some reason they couldn't find El Chapo. Film Maker Angus Macqueen doubted that these authorities with virtually limitless resources couldn't find El Chapo, so he set out with a camera to find him and make a movie about it. This episode details what he did it and how he survived the process.
In this episode Gary Bembridge from TipsForTravellers.com shares his insights, observations and tips on visiting Athens in Greece. During the show he covers: Observations History General tips for visitors Best time to go Getting there and getting around Must-do things to see and do including: Acropolis Area Hadrian’s Arch Area National Garden Area Syntagma Square Area Museums This episode is supported by DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Cruise Guide to Europe and the Mediterranean
Today Tracey and Scott sit down and take a long look at the big screen, dig deep within and get in touch with Pixar's newest characters - Joy, Fear, Anger, Sadness and Disgust - as they ponder life, universe and 2015's Inside Out. They analyze the history and production of this Pete Docter and Ronaldo Del Carmen directed film. They will also bring out their feelings on this new film. Will our hosts be able to grow emotionally on this journey or will they have to be placed under observation - listen to find out! After the meeting of the minds, our hosts turn their attention to this month's Canine Confidential segment with a look at everyone's favorite toy dog - Slinky from the Toy Story series! Our hosts will let you know if he should walk down stairs alone or in pairs! All this, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema to check in with the Mortis and then wrap up this episode with some upcoming events in Disney, Indiana! Welcome to Disney, Indiana! ---------------------------------- Links...
The Leslie Science and Nature Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan provides innovative educational programs, highlighting the region's flora and fauna. Set on 50 acres of natural landscape in the midst of an urban environment, the center offers engaging hands-on educational opportunities for school groups, and all of the citizens of Ann Arbor. We'll visit with Kathy Evans, the Education Director, and Sara Gilmore, the Raptor Specialist at the Leslie Science and Nature Center. We'll then meet up with Joseph Mooney at the university of Michigan's Nichols Arboretum and Matthaei Botanical Gardens. Afterwards we'll stop in at the Bentley Historical Library. The Bentley is the repository and research facility for the University of Michigan's historical records, archival photographs and more. The Bentley is also the home of the legendary Detroit Observatory. When the observatory opened way back in 1854 it was the first in the state of Michigan, and the observatory building remains as the second oldest...
The second hour of The Travel Show for Sunday, June 21, 2015
The first hour of The Travel Show for Sunday, June 21, 2015