If you think you’re a picky hotel guest, check out the pet peeves of Anthony Melchiorri, who critiques hotels for a living and hosts a new show called “Hotel Impossible” on the Travel Channel.
Alligator hunters, raccoon wranglers and crawfish catchers in Louisiana’s critter-filled swamps and bayous are increasingly common on television.
By FRAZIER MOORE NEW YORK — You’re laid over in a city somewhere out there in the world with 24 hours to kill. Do you burrow into your hotel suite, fed by room service and movies-on-demand, until time to head back to the airport? Not if you’re Anthony Bourdain, globe-trotting gastronome and on-the-fly bon vivant. […]
For anyone who’s ever had an epic layover and not known what to do with the down time, Travel Channel has a new show for you. Conveniently titled “The Layover,” the 10-episode, hour-long weekly series gives host Anthony Bourdain 24-48 hours to offer viewers the essential “must-see” places in cities throughout the U.S., Asia, and […]
Fresh out of the Playboy Mansion and her Girls Next Door residency, Bridget Marquardt is now sexing up the most exotic locations around the world on the Travel Channel’s Bridget’s Sexiest Beaches. You can check out the blonde bombshell sunbathing and taking flying lessons in Croatia; jamming on the steel drum and cave dining in […]