Richard Gruica, founder of Captivating Croatia and creator of some of the great food tours in Croatia, joins Paul to talk about visiting a country with spectacular scenery and great food and wine. While Dubrovnik is overcrowded in summer, the country beyond the city is quiet, even in July and August. Gruica finds leading tours a great way to give visitors to his native Croatia an in-depth look into a rich culture.
LuxeAdventureTraveler’s Jennifer Dombrowski joins Paul to reveal Innsbruck, Austria’s hidden charms. Winter, she finds, brings out Innsbruck’s best.
Go Nomad editor Max Hartshorne chats with Paul about his recent trip to Little Rock, Arkansas. They discuss food, music, and Walmart’s contribution to the state. Max has a detailed description and photos of the trip at GoNomad.
The Travel Camel’s Shane Dallas joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal the wonders of Langkawi, Malaysia, including a mangrove tour, a crocodile park, and a Jet Ski Day Tour that Shane says is one of the best tours he’s taken anywhere.
Global Correspondent Gary Arndt talks about his quest to visit all the United States National Parks and why they are so important to our success in attracting international visitors. National Parks and Monuments do more than protect scenery. Many preserve hisetory and artifacts of important events and remind us of our history.
Global Correspondent Gary Arndt talks about visiting World Heritage Sites and National Parks so remote that they get almost no visitors during the year. Places so remote that a single visit requires months of planning and many days of travel.
Global Correspondent Gary Arndt continues his quest to visit as many UNESCO World Heritage Sites as he can. This adventure takes him to sites in Western and Central Europe that deserve more recognition as they represent places or areas where historical events occurred that advanced history in often surprising ways.
Global Correspondent Gary Arndt visits Wold Heritage sites in the Balearic Islands. He thinks that more people should visit as an antidote to Barcelonas overcrowding. However he does visit Gaudi's Cathedral in Barcelona and finds it surprisingly not that crowded in the early winter months.
Global correspondent Gary Arndt chats with Paul and reports on why Tucson, Arizona is developing a global reputation as a great destination in the American Southwest. He reports on the natural beauty of the National Parks and the remarkable culture and food that has been preserved by the local people. There is even astronomy to attract experts from around the world.
The Travel Camel 's Shane Dallas continues his two-part exploration of India's surprising Kerala. He reports on his ventures into the hills and visiting tea plantations and hotels. He finds some of the best food of his travels here.
The Travel Camel’s Shane Dallas joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal the wonders of Kerala, India, which include the spectacular kathakali dance dramas, a tradition that dates from the 16th century.
Cruise Critic’s Chris Gray Faust joins Paul and Elizabeth aboard the new Carnival Panorama. Chris reveals some of the features she thinks members of the Cruise Critic community will find most appealing and discusses how the editorial team strives to maintain the site’s identity as a leading source of cruise news and information.
Dan Biederman took on the challenge of remaking Bryant Park in New York City and in a year changed it from a crime-ridden place to avoid into the dazzling jewel that the park has become today. His vision has helped create parks around the world that provide places for enjoyment for both residents and visitors alike to enjoy.
More than half of Americans don’t use all their paid vacation time, despite the fact that vacations are demonstrably beneficial for your health, your well-being, and the U.S. economy. The U.S. Travel Association’s Tori Emerson Barnes joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about National Plan for Vacation Day and explain why it’s important to plan ahead for your vacation, so you don’t lose that valuable time
Princess Cruises President Jan Swartz joins Paul aboard the new Sky Princess to discuss how the line’s Ocean Medallion program might just revolutionize, not just cruising, but the whole vacation experience.
Cruise Radio’s Doug Parker joins Paul and Elizabeth aboard the Carnival Panorama, where they reveal the new ship’s most outstanding features, from trampolines to cooking classes to some of the most cutting-edge environmental safeguards on the high seas.
Celebrity chef Rudi Sodamin joins Paul and Elizabeth aboard Carnival Cruise Line’s new Carnival Panorama and reveals news about his new seafood restaurant on Carnival’s upcoming Mardi Gras.
Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy joins Paul and Elizabeth aboard the new Carnival Panorama, to reveal how Carnival honors our men and women in uniform with Panorama’s Heroes Tribute Bar.
Princess Cruises’ Prag Shaw joins Paul aboard the new Sky Princess to reveal how the line’s Ocean Medallion program can maximize the vacation experience for passengers.
Princess Cruises’ Rai Caluori joins Paul to reveal how the line's Ocean Medallion program enhances the passenger experience aboard the new Sky Princess, the first fully-enabled new-build featuring the Princess Medallion program.
Aboard the new Sky Princess, Paul learns how Princess Cruises is creating onboard entertainment that rivals that found on Broadway.
Paul chats with Casey Ressler about a new ski area in the Mat-Su Valley north of Anchorage. It is totally a community project and designed to be affordable and appeal to families as well as experienced skiers.