Traveling Feet - November 03, 2007 - Shownotes & Audio Archive

Travel Expert radio show host Stephanie Abrams takes Traveling Feet listeners on an East Coast adventure from North of Boston to historic Gettysburg, PA winding up in NYC for the Holidays!


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Hour 1 and 2

Topics Include:

Visiting the historic towns of Essex County, MA, in the region known as North of Boston

Learn about Rocky Neck, the oldest art colony in the US

Hear about the quaint but lively fishing villages of Gloucester, location of the film, The Perfect Storm, and home to the Gorton's Fisherman.

Find out how the area helped move slaves from the south to the north through underground railway tunnels into homes, now restaurants, in Gloucester, MA.

Find out about Woodman's of Essex, the restaurant where the first fried clam was prepared, Mad Martha's Beach Café on Plum Island, and how you can have dinner for up to 4 people at the Lighthouse in Newburyport, MA!

Learn about the Brickhouse Inn and B&B that is adjacent to the historic Gettysburg Battlefield in Gettysburg, PA.

Find out about November and December delights in NYC including the new Dr. Seuss Broadway play, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, at the St. James Theatre in NYC, Cirque Du Soleil at the WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden, and the Animal Exhibitions at the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center!

 

Guests Include:
Julie McConchie, Executive Director, North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau.
www.escapesnorth.com

Tessa Bardo, The Brickhouse Inn and B&B.
www.brickhouseinn.com

Trisha McMahon, Editor-in-Chief, IN-New York Magazine, Where NY, Guest Book NY.
www.IN-NewYork.com