Travel Expert and Radio Talk Show Host Stephanie Abrams
Traveling Feet - December 08, 2007 - Shownotes & Audio Archive

Enter the holiday spirit with a wee bit of Ireland as radio and TV travel expert, Stephanie Abrams explores Ireland on Traveling Feet with Barefoot Beachcomber David Isby!

Listen to the show in Windows Media Format:

Hour 1 and 2

Topics Include:

Touring the northwest of Ireland including Sligo, Leitrim, and Donegal.

Educational programs at the Saint Patrick Centre in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland.

Exploring Northern Ireland, visiting Giants Causeway, playing golf and learning about where to stay.

Learn about the Peace Tree, the Tree of Unity, John Hume, Tony Blair and David Trimble on this special edition of Traveling Feet!


Guests Include:
Paul McLoone, Executive Director, Failte Ireland.

Dr. Tim Campbell, Director, Saint Patrick Centre.

John Mooney, CEO, Mooney Hotel Group.

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