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Christmas TV History Reel Travels #8: Podcast with travel writer Lisa Iannucci, Virgin Traveler

Discussion in 'TV' started by ElfBot, Apr 15, 2018.

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    I'm so excited to share that I joined travel writer Lisa Iannucci on her most recent podcast talking about our favorite film and TV pop culture travel destinations. Lisa is the author of the *new* book On Location: A Film and TV Lover's Travel Guide. Her book is so much fun--I've been pouring through it! It's one of those books that I'm going to keep in my collection for later reference too when I'm planning future excursions.

    If you follow along on my website, you know I love to travel to pop culture destinations. I'm most attracted to ones with a Christmas entertainment tie-in. Click on each to return to the essay:

    John Denver statue outside Denver, CO
    Mork & Mindy house in Boulder, CO
    Perry Como's statue in Canonsburg, PA
    Dean Martin's hometown of Steubenville, OH
    Rosemary Clooney's home in Augusta, KY
    The Jimmy Stewart Museum in Indiana, PA
    It's a Wonderful Life Museum in Seneca Falls, NY
    Lucille Ball's birthday celebration in Jamestown, NY
    A Christmas Story House & Museum in Cleveland, OH

    2017 at the Christmas Story House & Museum 5k run.​

    Lisa found me on Twitter--and I immediately began following her too! We have a lot in common. So when she invited me on her podcast, I knew we would have quite a bit to talk about.

    ***Listen to Reel Travels episode #8:

    It's a pretty significant discussion. We talk for more than 30 minutes. Feel free to join the conversation and leave comments here, or with Lisa. You can find her on Twitter: @VirginTraveler

    At the Rosemary Clooney House museum in Augusta, KY in 2016. They claim to have the largest collection of White Christmas memorabilia there is.​

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