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Pauline Frommer and Frommers.com Editor-in-Chief Jason Cochran appear on the Frommer's Travel Show, airing on 77 WABC in New York City and streaming worldwide at WABCRadio.com. The Frommer's travel products have expanded to over 300 guidebooks, Frommers.com, and this popular radio show, affirming The Frommer's as the most trusted name in travel.
 
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Today was the last Frommer’s Travel Show on WABC. It is going on hiatus. But you will still be able to hear podcasts from Jason and Pauline at www.frommers.com/podcast. The topic for today’s show was where will you go once the pandemic is over. Jason plans to go to Borabadur and Pauline hopes to go to Berlin. Listeners called in with their choices.…
 
Rosemary McClure, author of Frommer's Yosemite and Neighboring Parks, started the show off today, talking about nature vacations in California. Then Frommers.com Editor-in-Chief Jason Cochran was on to chat about what one needs to know about travel insurance during these pandemic times. Chris Elliott was up next with info on consumer travel issues,…
 
We love New York City! That was the theme of today's show. Pauline, the author of Frommer's EasyGuide to New York City, discussed why she felt the city was not "over" and would always be great. And a number of callers rang up to tell about their favorite activities and sights in the five boroughs.By 77 WABC Radio
 
Mikkel Aaland was our first guest today, discussing his book and upcoming TV series Perfect Sweat about saunas and steam rooms of all kinds around the world. Next up was Elisabeth Kwak-Hefferan, the author of Frommer's Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, to discuss vacations in those great parks.…
 
Today's episode featured Scott McCartny, the Wall Street Journal's Middle Seat columnist, and Gene Sloan from The Points Guy. They discussed the future of travel, with Gene looking at what may or may not happen in the world of cruising, and Scott discussing the rest of the industry. Don Laine, co-author of Frommer's Albuquerque, Taos and Santa Fe d…
 
On today's show, Elaine Glusac, the Frugal Travel columnist of the New York Times talked about the most recent developments in travel for the first half of the show. And then Jeanne Cooper, author of Frommer's Hawaii 2020 discussed what travel to the Aloha State will be like, most likely, after the pandemic.…
 
Would you go on vacation if you knew that you could only stay on the resort you chose, and not visit the rest of the area too? That was the question Jason and Pauline tackled today, as it’s one of the proposals Hawaii is making to try and keep the virus contained. In addition, Pauline interview Josh Gates, host of Destination Unknown on the Discove…
 
The bad parts of travel that we don’t miss—and hope will go away post-pandemic!—were the topic of discussion for this weeks show. Jason, Pauline and a number of listeners discussed the ways they hope travel will change in the near future. The show also dealt with cruising, the difficult job flight attendants have right now, and travel credit cards…
 
On this week’s show, the question of the day was: if you could move anywhere in the world to live for a year, where would you go? That led to some lively discussion around livable places around the planet. Pauline and Jason also discussed Disney World’s reopening, recent problems for Airbnb and the legalities of requiring masks on planes…
 
Frommers.com Editor in Chief Jason Cochran was our guest for this hour. He discussed how he went about writing the two Frommer guides he's authored ("Frommer's EasyGuide to London" and "Frommer's EasyGuide to Disney World, Universal and Orlando"), as well as a travel memoir he just published called "Here Lies America").…
 
Train travel was the topic of the day on this week’s Frommer’s Travel Show. Pauline and Jason discussed the fact that an internal memo from Amtrak was published by Reuters, showing that Amtrak is planning to cut a third of its long haul daily trains, a move that will leave over 400 stations without daily service. We also heard from listeners about …
 
Today’s show covered US National Park vacations as well as other topics. Pauline and Jason discussed the fact their favorite parks; the fact that it may be easier this year than usual to get room at a National Park Lodge; and the Great American Outdoors Act, which is up for a vote in congress and will support the parks and create thousands of jobs.…
 
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