Travel Expert and Radio Talk Show Host Stephanie Abrams
Traveling Feet - March 08, 2008 - Shownotes & Audio Archive

From Ireland to Massachusetts to board a bus and go traveling in two hours! Join travel expert Stephanie Abrams for a radio tour of two fascinating places!

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Hour 1 and 2

Topics Include:

Exploring the historic abbey located in Roscommon, Ireland behind the Abbey Hotel where the last High King of Ireland, Rory O'Connor, is buried.

A visit to New York City with tips on what to do and see from IN NY and WHERE NY magazine editor Bonnie Davidson.

Insights into the benefits of traveling by bus, safety tips and criteria for choosing a bus company for your next outing.


Guests Include:

Andrew Greely, Manager of the family owned and operated Abbey Hotel, Roscommon, Ireland.

Bonnie Davidson, MVP/NY.

Robert Swartz and Carl Lajeunesse, Peter Pan Bus Company.

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