Shane Dallas reports on the Arabian Travel Market and the boom in travel in the entire region. He also reports on analysis of what works in travel marketing in a presentation by the BBC at the conference.
TheTravelCamel’s Shane Dallas joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss the latest trends in airline travel, including increased interest in emerging destinations.
Chez Chesak talks about traveling the Gulf Coast of Florida on a family vacation and guided vacations with Pure Adventures as a means of taking the stress out of vacation planning.
Gary Arndt chats with Paul about the unique status of Guernsey in the English Channel and the attraction of parks in Northern Maine and California.
Jim Burns, doorman at The Athenaeum Hotel in London for 26 years, regales us with stories of the famous and the good. We discover why the hotel is so well known among knowledgeable travelers around the world.
John Graham, in partnership with PerilloTravelVR, unveils the potential of Virtual Reality to bring the destination to the consumer.
Dr. Robert London offers strategies for overcoming phobias, including fear of flying, and reveals insights into PTSD. Recovery doesn’t have to take a long time.
Phil Hendrick talks about the sweeping changes at RailEurope which make the rail pass a better value and easier to use. He points out that it now includes trains in the UK.
Perillo Tours’ Steve Perillo chats about his new-found fame as a parody subject on Saturday Night Live, as well as olive oil-tasting in Spain and two-week tours of Italy.
Tauck’s Jennifer Tombaugh joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about the company’s special Country Music event and a new program on the Douro River in Portugal.
Chez talks about his tour in Iraq and visiting places he could really see. He talks about the cities of El Paso, Texas and Columbus, Ohio and how they add to the greatness of America.
QuirkyCruise.com's Heidi Sarna reveals the excitement and allure of small-ship cruising, one of the travel industry's fastest-growing segments.
Travel Leaders Group’s Ninan Chacko reveals the results of the company’s travel trends survey, which shows that more Americans are seeking “conscious travel.”
Jim Benning, features editor at Westways, magazine of the Auto Club of Southern California, gives Paul and Elizabeth a sneak preview of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, opening May 31 at Disneyland.
Paul and Phil Shuyler talk cars including the new Toyota Corolla and Phil talks photography both of cars and travel.
At Seatrade, Paul talks with Ponant cruises about the joy of being a French, small-ship cruise line.
At Seatrade, Paul connects with the CEO of Hamburg Tourism, Mr Ottremba, and discusses why the city is one of Europe’s best cruise ports.
At Seatrade, Paul chats with Buck Banks of NewmanPR about their cruising blog and their curated travel blog.
At Seatrade, John Lovell of Travel Leaders group chats with Paul and Elizabeth about how travel advisors can enhance the vacation experience.
Diane Covington-Carter's moving book Finding Gilbert A Promise Fulfilled reveals her father's human story of D-Day.
James DeRuvo reports on new video tech and the opening of Star Wars Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland.
Allie Neal talks with Paul about the reasons that Oakland across the bay from San Francisco is a perfect family vacation.
Susan Solomont talks about Spanish culture and also places to visit in Spain from her perspective as the wife of an ambassador to Spain in her book which is travel guide to some of the lesser known but intensely interesting parts of the country. Check out Lost and Found in Spain, Tales of an Ambassador’s Wife