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An Island Like No Other
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Travel'n On correspondent Marsha Dubrow takes us on a beautiful journey to the island of Nevis; an island whose name is derived from the Spanish name for Our Lady of the Snows. Then - Cynthia Dial will share the wonderful offerings of the Lake Constance region in Europe
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The Island of Nevis
Marsha Dubrow shares some of the interesting history of Nevis, a 36-square-mile island lies near the top of the Lesser Antilles archipelago, about 200 miles south of Puerto Rico, and just west of Antigua. She calls it the birthplace of Caribbean Tourism.
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Discover Nevis
Marsha Dubrow tells us much more about Nevis, including information on its historic hotels and plantations, and what makes it an ideal wedding location.
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Meet Cynthia
Learn more about new correspondent Cynthia Dial, as Ian & Tonya officially welcome her to the Travel'n On Family. Cynthia talks about her recent trip to Lake Constance, the 3rd largest lake in Europe, which is bordered by Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
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Lake Constance
Learn more about the activities Lake Constance area in Europe, including the mountain hiking in Austria, and the amazing culinary delights.
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GUESTS APPEARING ON THIS EPISODE:

Cynthia Dial

Author of non-fiction book entitled Teach Yourself Travel Writing, which is published by Hodder Headline Plc., London, England, and has worldwide distribution. U.S. distributor is McGraw-Hill Companies. Book is in its second printing.

Freelance travel writer/photographer. Outlets include national and international newspapers and magazines such as TIME Asia, TIME Europe, Shape, Fit, Fit Yoga, Radisson International’s Voyageur, the exclusive regional (Southern California’s Orange County) Orange Coast, the Wellness File and author of a monthly column, Shopping Trips for the Toronto Star newspaper (Canada’s largest daily). Contributing editor for Imagine Travel, the e-zine for www.tnnworld.com. Columnist and contributor to World Golfer and Travelling Golfer, U.K. magazines.

Contributing editor for Coastal Communications (Corporate & Incentive Travel, Insurance Meetings Management and Insurance Meetings & Incentives magazines) from 1993 to 2001. Responsibility included approximately 24 annual travel-related articles.

Former San Diego correspondent for TravelAge West magazine, the unofficial “bible” to the nation’s travel agents.

Travel specialties include golf, spas, soft adventure, health and wellness, hiking, shopping and upscale travel.

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Marsha Dubrow

Marsha Dubrow’s travel and arts stories have run in National Geographic Traveler, Washington Post, Houston Chronicle, among many others. She writes the DC Art Travel Column on examiner.com, and writes also for Kennedy Center. She’s been a Correspondent for Life, People, Britain’s Punch, and Reuters. For Reuters, she also created an arts beat. Dubrow earned her Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) in Writing and Literature at Bennington College which published her book, Single Blessedness. She studied writing also as a two-time Jenny McKean Moore fellow at George Washington University in Washington, DC; at the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop; and at Columbia University. Dubrow’s nonfiction and fiction have appeared in anthologies including Still Going Strong, Cyber Collaboration, and Looking Back; and in literary journals including the University of Chicago’s Awakenings Review. Her opinion pieces have run in Washington Post, Washingtonian, Providence (RI) Journal, among others. She lives in Washington, DC with her white dove, Nureyev.