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Join me on Sunday, February 26, 2012, when my nationally syndicated radio show, Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams takes you to the Biarritz, France to chat with General Manager Jean-Louis Leimbacher about the hotel’s which was the former summer palace of Napolean III and the Empress Eugenie. I’m standing in the photo above enjoying the view of the hotel’s dining room and the spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean in the background. Jean-Louis will explain the hotel’s unique American connection and the reason that the US flag flies next to the French flag standing side-by-side in line with flags from all over the world that represent the many nations that the Hotel du Palais’ guests come from. Jean-Louis also will talk about the many visits to the hotel from the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Wallace Simpson and the Duke after his abdication of the throne of the Britain. With the new film that Madonna c0-wrote, directed and produced in theaters, “W./E..” this is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the Hotel du Palais!
In addition to globe-hopping to Biarritz, France, still the playground of discerning and sophisticated travelers, Sunday’s show also focuses on US tourism destinations in our tour of two unique of our nation’s funfilled destinations: Nashville, Tennessee and Nantucket, Massachusetts. Join me as your personal tour guide as we visit the Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museums as well as Nashville’s Opry Mills which will reopen on March 29th and the Gaylord Opryland Resort, a unique hotel with almost 3000 accommodations, 20 dining choices, and vast interior gardens.
Our wonderful and informative guests provide the kind of information that you need to make your spring and summer travel plans. I’ll be giving you travel advice, tips, and planning ideas to round out your trips to Biarritz and Tennessee as well!
And you’ll find the answers to the travel trivia questionI will pose on the air on Sunday on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams posted at Travelers411 in the ASK STEPHANIE section of our Forum. Here are the questions in advance so you can get a headstart on your answers. You can check on Monday at our Forum to see how well you did!
1. What state is Aspen ski resort located in?
2. Which US state’s capital city is named for an English sailor?
3. Where will you find the official home of the following tribes: Choctaw, Cherokee, Creek and Seminoles?
4. In the name Pennsylvania, “Penn” refers to William Penn. What does the “sylvania” portion refer to?
5. What state is referred to as the Gem State?
6. What city is home to the Grand Ole Opry?
7. Lansing is the capital of what state?
8. The Sierra Nevada Mountains were the inspiration for the name of a state. What does Nevada mean in Spanish?
9. What state, known as the Centennial State, came into the union in 1876?
10. What state was Wallace Simpson from?
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