The Frommer's Travel Show for Sunday, December 22nd, Hour 2
On today's broadcast, Jon Waterman talked about his new book on the United States' National Parks (published by National Geographic); Natasha Schlesinger of ArtMuse.com discussed touring artist's studios in New York City; and Nicola Wood of U.S. News & World Report presented that publication's findings as to which are the best and worst cruise lines. The show began with Arthur & Pauline discussing Frommers.com's new list of Best Places to Go in 2020 (including the Tokyo Olympics). To see that complete list go to www.frommers.com/bestplaces2020.
The Frommer's Travel Show for Sunday, December 15th, Hour 2
On this episode, Arthur & Pauline discussed her recent trip to New Orleans. Then writer Julie Kessler discussed travel to Uganda, and Dylan Thuras, one of the founders of Atlas Obscura, talked about the recently updated version of that book.
The Frommer's Travel Show for Sunday, December 8th, Hour 2
On this episode Andrea Sachs of the Washington Post discussed current conditions in the Bahamas. And George Stone talked about National Geographic's latest coffee table book about the National Parks. Plus Arthur discusses new ways to attack jetlag.
The Frommer's Travel Show for Sunday, December 1st, Hour 2
The Frommers talk with James Bridge of InterExchange about the many possibilities for students, and others, who would like to work legally abroad. Then they welcomed Veronica Stoddart to discuss the best vacations for grandparents traveling with their grandchildren.
The Frommer's Travel Show for Sunday, November 24th, Hour 2
Arthur & Pauline talk with Jason Cochran about his new book "Here Lies America: Buried Agendas & Family Secrets at the Tourist Sites Where Bad History Went Down". In the fourth segment, the Frommers welcomed Jackie Snow to talk about her New York Times piece on what one needs to do to pre-plan for a vacation.