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EP 28: Halloween Edition. The Real Life of Dracula and Where to Find Him.



Some of earliest writings about this real life person, describe him as a, “demented psychopath, a sadist, and a gruesome murderer.” You may know him as Dracula, the blood thirsty Vampire made famous by Bram Stocker’s novel of the same name. But his story is a bit more mysterious. Today we’re doing a special Halloween … Continue reading EP 28: Halloween Edition. The Real Life of Dracula and Where to Find Him.


EP 27: The Most Mysterious Place in Arizona: The Superstition Mountains



In a quest for gold, German immigrant Jacob Waltz, found a secret mine in the 1880s. Rumors are that he killed to keep it secret, making a small fortune in the process. Now known as the Lost Dutchman Mine, know one has retuned from the mine alive. One today’s travel podcast episode, we’re going to explore … Continue reading EP 27: The Most Mysterious Place in Arizona: The Superstition Mountains


Ep 25: Travel photography tips with Marc Silber. Drunk Brit survives swim across the Hoover Dam. Hurricane Irma Caribbean recovery. The 2018 Winter Olympics in Korea and the Paris games 2024. Tourists perish in Italian volcano. More drunk airline passengers. Highway 1 south of Big Sur to stay closed until next summer.



USA Today writer Nancy Trejos, travel writer Lori Zaino, and photographer Marc Silber join us in this episode, hosted by Alex Cwalinski and Ericka Cruz Guevarra. Listen in this week to find out the latest in travel with Go the Travel Podcast.


EP 23: Are Millennials changing the travel industry? From Van Life to Airbnb, from the Gig Economy to Work-Stays, find out what new travel technologies and trends millennials are embracing. We chat with Parker Hilton from Uproxx and John Kelly from Mashed Radish in this travel podcast episode.



Jack Kerouac’s novel, On the Road, helped define a generation of post WWII Americans. Americans who were exploring the land they fought to protect. Like their generation, today’s Millennials are defined by circumstances out of their control. Circumstances that effect the way they live, work and travel. On todays episode we’re joined by some millennials … Continue reading EP 23: Are Millennials changing the travel industry? From Van Life to Airbnb, from the Gig Economy to Work-Stays, find out what new travel technologies and trends millennials are embracing. We chat with Parker Hilton from Uproxx and John Kelly from Mashed Radish in this travel podcast episode.


Ep 20: Passenger Rights and Air Travel. US airlines used to have perks like pubs and lounges in their coach section. Today, the cost of a ticket is rising faster than inflation. This travel podcast episode, we explore the air travel industry and your rights as a passenger.



Know your rights. The State of Air Travel seems to be in decline. To find out why, I spoke with David Cogswell, executive editor at Travel Pulse. Plus Susan Shain, a blogger and travel writer, who filled me in on when to stand my ground and what my rights are as a passenger. Co-hosting today … Continue reading Ep 20: Passenger Rights and Air Travel. US airlines used to have perks like pubs and lounges in their coach section. Today, the cost of a ticket is rising faster than inflation. This travel podcast episode, we explore the air travel industry and your rights as a passenger.


Ep 5: Mystery Behind The Lost Stones Of The New Clairvaux. In this travel podcast episode, we search for the remains of a 13th Century Spanish Monastery that found its way to Golden Gate Park San Francisco. The end result will surprise you.



What was once a beautiful 12th Century monastery in Spain, ended up in a pile of rubble in California. In this episode of Go the Travel Podcast, we explore the mystery of the Sacred Stones.


Ep 4: Diving Iceland’s Silfra Fissure, one of the most beautiful dives in the world. We chat with traveler who fill us in on renting camper vans in Iceland and enjoy the vanlife for a little while. By Go the Travel Podcast



“It’s listed, consistently in the top five dives in the world,” according to Murray Johnson, an avid world traveler and certified scuba diver. Silfra Fissure is located on the Northern tip of Thingvellir Lake, which is Iceland’s largest body of water. This Unesco World Heritage Site is only a 35-minute drive from Reykjavik. What’s most … Continue reading Ep 4: Diving Iceland’s Silfra Fissure, one of the most beautiful dives in the world. We chat with traveler who fill us in on renting camper vans in Iceland and enjoy the vanlife for a little while. By Go the Travel Podcast