The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 26 2020 Hour 2
The primary guest for today's show was Rolf Potts, the author of the seminal book Vagabonding about long-term travel. Rolf discussed what travel means to him (especially in this no-travel time), how he became a nomad, and some of his favorite destinations. Piggybacking on Rolf's segments, Emilie Gillespie discussed her recent piece in the New York Times about how to put together a year-long trip; and Jill Gonzalez of Wallet Hub talked about the best and worst frequent flyer programs.
This hour was taped pre-Coronavirus
We're looking ahead to future travels on this show, with Andrea Sachs from the Washington Post discussing travel to Antarctica and Rosemary McClure, the author of Frommer's Yosemite and Neighboring Parks, talking about vacations in that extraordinary region.
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 12th, 2020, Hour 2
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 12th, 2020, Hour 1
The Frommers started the show with Arthur talking about how travel changed his life, and the lessons he has derived from the activity. Then Josh Gates of Destination Unknown, came on to discuss his travel-centric TV show. Our last guest was from a taping in early March: Julie Weed, discussing her recent article on spa etiquette.
We wish all our listeners safety and serenity during these trying times, and we heartily support current stay-at-home orders.
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 5th, 2020, Hour 2
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, March 29th, 2020, Hour 2
On today's show, the Frommer's discussed the outlook for transatlantic fares and then spoke with Joe Yoegerst about his new book for National Geographic about Road Trips. Sarah Firshein then spoke about the possibility of doing early check ins at hotels.
(Please note that this episode, while new, was recorded in February)