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SATURDAY, JUNE 22ND, 3PM-4PM - IRELAND & SCOTLAND Who doesn't want to take a vacation to the beautiful Emerald Isle of Ireland? Having been there many times, I can tell you it's everything you imagine it to be. Boasting more shades of green than you thought possible, Ireland continues to be a popular destination and a good value for your vacation dollar. The splendid wind-swept scenery, thatch-roofed cottages, jagged coastal cliffs, lush rolling hills…and the people. The warm, hospitable people who not only love Americans, but seem to have family members living and working in every corner of the United States. If you want to experience charming countryside villages and mingle with the locals over a "slowly poured" pint of Guinness inside a cozy pub - you won't have to look far, they're everywhere. Or perhaps you prefer cultural and cosmopolitan getaways complete with big city dining and hotel offerings, Ireland has that too. Maybe you're a golfer and want to tee-it-up on one of Ireland's world-class courses or indulge in luxurious accommodations at an ancient castle…once again, the luck of the Irish is with you. Many people touring Ireland include a sidetrip to Scotland. Due to its close proximity, a quick visit to Scotland may include some of the highlights such as Edinburgh Castle, Loch Ness and the Highlands. Take it from me, a taste of Scotland guarantees a return trip. Susan Cloyd, the product development manager for CIE Tours International, will be my in-studio guest next Saturday from 3pm-4pm on "Let's Talk Travel with AAA", on WHP580. Born and raised in Ireland, Susan will give us an expert overview of what to see and do during your first or fifth visit to Ireland and Scotland.
SATURDAY, JUNE 29TH, 3PM-4PM - "Discovering the road less traveled throughout Pennsylvania" If you really want to know and explore a place, get off the highway. It's the two-lane roads where you'll make your most memorable discoveries. When you get off the highway in Pennsylvania, you'll never lack for scenic and historic drives. And one of your discoveries could be a unique and authentic stay at one of the many state's Bed and Breakfast Inns. Whether you're visiting a village, city, mountain, lakeside, riverside or farm country - PA innkeepers are the destination experts. These one-of-a-kind, family-run accommodations will make your visit special and memorable. Do you want a busy itinerary touring museums and historical sites or a relaxing getaway reading and lounging your day away on a comfy front porch rocker overlooking a picturesque green pasture? Kathryn White, Beechmont B&B (Hanover) Innkeeper and Dee Fegan, Pheasant Field B&B (Carlisle) Innkeeper and Chairperson of the PA Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns, will be my in-studio guests at 3pm Saturday on "Let's Talk Travel with AAA" on WHP-AM580. From high-end, luxurious accommodations catering to well-traveled adults - to families on a budget - to pet-friendly properties…you'll find the ideal Bed & Breakfast Inn perfectly suited for you and your tastes. Currently there are 70 B&B Inns across the state that are members of the PA Assoc. of B&B Inns. Every property must have 2 -25 guest rooms/suites and pass a quality assurance process each year. So…if your perception of a B&B Inn is a small, dark room in an old house with one shared bathroom for all guests…think again. www.painns.com ; www.patravelandtourism.org
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