Travel with Stephanie Abrams! - October 19, 2008 - Shownotes & Audio Archive

Media expert Stephanie Abrams takes listeners to Girls Getaways at Loews Hotels, check-up on what's new in NYC, a look at the Fall and Holiday Season at Boston's Symphony Hall, insights into experiencing Israel through the eyes of a traveler, an update on the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, and a visit with the author of Mulberry Child about her experience growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution to help us understand travel to China today.

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Hour 1

Topics Include:

Girls Getaways at the Don Cesar in St. Peterberg, Florida where the 14,000 foot spa and elegance of the hotel itself makes any visit special, and insights into Girls Getaways at other Loews Hotels including the ones in new Orleans, the Red Hot Red Hats package in New Orleans, Lake Las Vegas, San Diego and Tucson packages that make you want to get up and go now!

News on NYC's new Indian Exhibit, November 1, 2009 through May 17, 2009, the 50th Anniversary of the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater which will include five weeks at NY City Center featuring Winston Marsalis,  and a Bernstein Festival at Carnegie hall with the NY Philharmonic now through December 13, 2008.

Guests Include:

Emily Goldfischer, Vice President, PR, Loews Hotels,
Sarah Bruning, Morris Visitors Publications,

Hour 2

Topics Include:

Finding out about the 2008 Fall Season of the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall in Boston and the Boston Pops Holiday Season which opens December 11, 2008 for sales of New Year's Eve tickets.


Learn about the experience of traveling in Israel from a radio talk show host who recently returned.

Guests Include:

Kim Noltemy, Director of Sales and Marketing, Boston Symphony Orchestra,
Brian Greenberg, CPA and radio show host of Greeenberg News,

Hour 3

Topics Include:

News on the Broadmoor Resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado where visitors find 300 days of blue skies, 54 holes of golf including 3 championship courses hich played hot to the 2008 Senior Open, courses designed by Donald Ross, Robert Trent Jones, and a third course redesigned by  Jack Nicklaus's company,  future host of the 2011 Women's Open, where the White Light Ceremony will light 250,000 strands of lights covering every tree on the property on Thanksgiving Weekend, and where 700 rooms are now available and an additional 40 luxury cottages will soon be available for guests!

Jian Ping, the author of ,”Mulberry Child,” will join radio show travel expert Stephanie Abrams to discuss her childhood experiences in China. Known in the US as Jennifer Kwong, she travels frequently to China on business. Her insights are remarkable into the reasons behind current Chinese business ethics and lack of them.

Guests Include:

John Washko, Director of Sales, The Broadmoor,
Jian Ping, Author, Mulberry Child,