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Since the 1957 publication of Arthur Frommer's seminal Europe on $5 a Day, the Frommer guidebooks have been America's most trusted travel source. This podcast, hosted by Arthur's daughter, and business partner, Pauline Frommer, gives listeners the low down on what's happening in the world of travel today. Expect guest appearances by some of the biggest names in travel today, including Arthur Frommer, Jason Cochran, travel journalists from the New York Times, the Washington Post, and other pu ...
 
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Episode Notes New York Times writer Debra Kamin discussed real life "Nine Perfect Stranger" retreats, where people are taking trips to trip. Next, Dina Michev talked about her latest Washington Post piece on "fat tire" biking in snow. And, finally, Outside Magazine columnist Krista Langlois gave advice on how to introduce toddlers to hiking.…
 
Episode Notes What will the upcoming ski season be like? Washington Post writer Rachel Walker unpacks all of the downhill developments. Then Gordy Megroz, author of a handsome new book from National Geographic, discussed unusual ski destinations, cultural experiences skiers can have, and his top slope.…
 
Episode Notes Jen Rose Smith discussed her recent Washington Post article on the myriad of ways the travel experience impacts how we feel about ourselves and how it shapes our personality. Then Marshall Hall came one to talk about his new book "Blimey I'm Knackered: An American's Survival Guide to British English"…
 
Episode Notes Jason Cochran and Pauline Frommer began the show with a discussion of their recent trips to Canada and Georgia. Then National Geographic Editor Allison Johnson came on to discuss their new book "1000 Perfect Weekends: Great Getaways Around the Globe".
 
Episode Notes Travel writer Bill Schelle discussed some of the essays in his new book "In All Directions" and then Danny Guerrero of MMGY told Pauline about a new study about the travel habits and interests of hispanic Americans.
 
Episode Notes Wine expert Michael Green discussed costs, grape regions across the USA, and why supporting the little wineries is so important right now. Then Christine Negroni chatted about her fascinating Washington Post article on the people who create trails.
 
Episode Notes Ernesto Callado of Bravonariz Tours discussed why tourist experiences that focus on smell can be so impactful. Next journalist Nancy Moreland regaled us with tales of the extraordinary women of the remote Massachusetts isle of Nantucket
 
Episode Notes Where are the cheapest places to go and what are the most popular new forms of travel? Elaine Glusac of the New York Times had some answers. Then Peter Elia, "The Man Who Hiked the World" (the name of his wonderful Instagram account) discusses the British town of Whitby and Bram Stoker.…
 
Episode Notes First, Erickson discussed her compelling new book "The Soul of the Family Tree: Ancestors, Stories and the Spirits We Inherit". Then McCullough described the work of the American Exchange Project, a travel exchange program that is bringing teens from "red" and "blue" America together.
 
Episode Notes Frommers.com Editor in Chief Jason Cochran discussed the shocking news from Disney, and what it means for families; then Mel Allen, Editor of Yankee Magazine discusses where you'll see the most vibrant leaves (and when), plus the other sightseeing opportunities in New England in autumn.…
 
Episode Notes It's a culinary edition of the Travel Show, with Lobrano discussing his new memoir "My Place at the Table: A Recipe for a Delicious Life in Paris", and author Laddie Hubbard on what it's like to tour the Tabasco factory in Louisiana.
 
Episode Notes Jen Rose Smith discusses her recent Washington Post article on northern Iceland, and then authors and professors Rachel Woldoff and Robert Litchfield talk about their new book "Digital Nomads: In Search of Freedom, Community and Meaningful Work in the New Economy."
 
Episode Notes Randy Propster of Backbacking Magazine shared advice on hiking safely and respectfully. Then Catrina Davies told of her adventures living in a van, and playing her cello for tips, while traveling across Europe. Finally Kate Craigie, of the iconic publishing house John Murray, discussed the classic travel books the company decided to r…
 
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