The Best of Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams 2005 is a compilation of the best interviews, travel tips, discussions and information from the year of shows.
were so many great and memorable interviews that two shows were
produced and air on December 25,2005 and January 1, 2006.
This Happy New Year Best of Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams includes
A coastal visit to Scandinavia aboard intimate cruise ships including canal cruising aboard the oldest ships at sea, an update on how to protect your wallet if you need to travel home by special means, an African Safari explained by a guide, a trip to a winery in Saxony, Germany where the wine “sings” for listeners, and cultural adventures into exotic places are all part of this special compilation of interviews! You'll even get a little lesson in Norwegian from Stephanie!
Bo Fridsberg from Norwegian Coastal Cruises www.coastalvoyage.com
Hakan Gullberg from Sweden's Gota Canal Cruises www.gotacanal.se
Anthony Banderella, guide for Micato Safari Tours, www.micato.com
Stan Bradley, Executive VP of Air Ambulance Card, www.airambulancecard.com
Antje Weidermann, Director of Tourism, Schloss Wackerbarth Winery in the Saxony Region of Germany in Rodenbaul
Bill Roberson, CEO of INCA: International Nature & Cultural Adventures
And Stephanie Abrams' Tips on Traveling with your Pet!
on location in the Dominican Republic!
Stephanie Abrams and Dave Isby, Stephanie's On-Air Traveling Companion, broadcast this edition of Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams from Puerto Plata at the Sun Village Resort and Spa! You won't want to miss a minute of this show which features key executives at the resort.
Join Stephanie and Dave poolside, seaside, beachside, and side-by-side as they soak up the Caribbean sun, sea, sand and salt air! www.sunvillageresort.com
Reyson Pimentel, VP of Sales and Marketing for Sun Village Resorts
Antonio Lopez from Puerto Plata's Ocean World
Carmen Rosa, Director of Sales for Sun Village Resorts
Teddy Reader, award-winning Canadian Chef and owner of Teddy's Island BBQ in Puerta Plata, Dominican Republic.
the world following the historic traditional dress of the destinations!
Outfitted in our kilts, our kimonos, our saris, our lederhosen, and our flamenco costumes, we'll tour the world and visit great sites and great places to stay!
And look out for a visit from Stephanie Abrams, Travel Fairy Godmother sporting her tiara and magic wand to make another dream trip come true for a lucky person!
And in this case, the lucky person is Jackson High School senior, Nathan Warmack from Jackson, Missouri, who, with his mom Paula and dad Terry will be staying at historic manor houses and castles in Scotland when the Travel Fairy Godmother makes this visit in Scotland possible! Learn about how Nathan's interest in his Scottish heritage has changed the dress code for this laddie and all others at Jackson High School who wish to show their pride in their ancestry with apparel that fits the destination!
Today's show also visits the Caribbean and Mexico with TNT Vacations with news on their new private jet charters to Barbados and discusses the newest Mediterranean cruise offerings from Carnival Cruise Lines.
Nathan Warmack and Terry Warmack
Andrew Weir from Visit Scotland
Doug Frank Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing of TNT Vacations (www.tntvacations.com)
Grace Ambrosio from Carnival Cruises
in 2006 is a recurring theme for Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams.
And how to be prepared for that unforeseen occurrence is key as guests Stan Bradley, Executive Vice President of Air Ambulance Card (www.airambulancecard.com) explains the value to the traveler. Also joining Stephanie are Doug Frank from TNT Vacations (www.tntvacations.com) and Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace, Secretary General of the Caribbean Tourism Organization.
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We're off for
a romp around North America with Hotel Check-In!
host Stephanie Abrams and her Traveling Companion David Isby starting
in Boston at the Fairmont Copely Plaza, the official hotel for
the Boston Symphony Orchestra, for an update on upcoming events
in Boston and at the hotel you'll want to plan to participate
in! Then off for an update on the newest luxury hotel under construction
in Boston, the Intercontinental, and a surprise visit with another
Intercontinental property you'll want to know about! Then
it's off to Canada to visit the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto
and the splendid historic Chateau Frontenac in the heart of Old
Quebec! We'll wind up the show with a special visit from
one of the over 500 exhibitors at the NYTimes Travel Show!
Kim Noltemy, Director of Marketing for the Boston Symphony Orchestra www.bso.org
Suzanne Wenz from Boston's Fairmont Copley Plaza www.fairmont.com
Tim Kerwin, General Manager of the new Intercontinental in Boston www.ichotelsgroup.com
Joanne Papineau and key executives from the Fairmont hotels www.fairmont.com