Posted on May 10th, 2014
In the first half of this week’s show:
- Is it fair to picket or boycott the Bev Hills & Bel Air Hotels because their ownership is based in Brunei, a sultanate that’s adopted Sharai law that severely punishes gays and adulterers?
- Hostelling International CEO Russ Hedge updates Rudy on why today’s hostels are not your parents’ hostels, yet remain thrifty alternatives to hotels.
- General Manager Adnan Aykac talks about Turkish Airlines new US routes to Istanbul.
- One of Wisconsin’s most popular tourist stops, the National Mustard Museum has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Food Network, HGTV’s The Good Life, and in the pages of dozens of national magazines & newspapers.
- Olive Odyssey author Julie Angus, who talks olives and their oil like an oenophile talks grapes and wine, tells us where to travel for the finest experience too.
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