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Travel with Stephanie Abrams! - June 01, 2008 - Shownotes & Audio Archive

What do New York's Cooperstown and New York City, Paris, Nashville, chateaux in France and vacation homes and condos in Orlando all have in common? They're all discussed on this episode of Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams on the Business TalkRadio Network.


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What to see in and around Cooperstown, NY including the Baseball Hall of Fame, Fenimore Art Museum, Culinary Institute of America, and Otsego Lake.

The 100 year celebration of the Otesaga Resort, its history and relationship to the Clark family, heirs to the Singer Sewing Machine fortune and their relationship to the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA.

Update on the new Sports Museum of America in the Financial District of NYC.

How to find landmarks in the new film, Sex and the City, including Manolo Blahnik shoes, Magnolia Bakery, and more.

How to make the most of your trip to Paris with your CitiPremierPass Card.

News on how to get a great deal in Nashville this summer including packages offering a free July 4th concert, a $30 gas credit, or a free CD!

Updates on how to live like royalty in chateaux in France.

Tips on how to live in comfort with space for the whole gang in a vacation home or condo in Orlando for as little as $99 per night starting July 4th!


Guests Include:

Bob Faller, Otesaga Resort, Cooperstown, NY.
www.otesaga.com

Kate Hogan, In-NY and WHERE NY magazines.
www.mvpny.net

CitiPremierPass Card goes to Paris.
www.mypremierpass.com

Stephen Winter, Grandes Etapes Francaises.
www.gefhotels.com

Kelly Flowler Brooks, Orlando Holiday Homes and Tuscana Resorts.
www.tuscana.net

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