The Travel Guys Episode 4

Join us as we speak with Rob from Rob on the Road, discover unique travel products with John Holloway and explore the footsteps of Dracula with Steve Unger!

In This Episode

Rob on the Road

Rob joins us from local public television station KVIE to talk about some of the most interesting places right in our backyard!  You can visit Rob online at

John Holloway with Travel Outfitters

John chimes in once again with a few of his favorite travel accessories.  Check them out below and listen in as we “demonstrate” them over the airwaves!

Cocoon CoolMax Travel Blanket – An easy to pack, comfortable blanket

Back Relax Foot Rest – A collapsible footrest you can use anytime and anywhere!

First Class Sleeper – The world’s first pillow designed to provide a cushion of comfortable support for the lower back, head and shoulders.

Ozium Air Sanitizer – Cruise ship cabins, rustic smelling, two-hundred year-old bed and breakfasts, hotel rooms, and water closets around the world are often in need of freshening up. Ozium reduces airborne bacteria and eliminates smoke and offensive odors.

You can visit Holloway Travel Outfitters online at or in person at 1150 Fulton Ave in Sacramento, CA.

In the Footsteps of Dracula

This Personal Journey and Travel Guide is the first and only book to include:

* Pictures and descriptions of every site in England and Romania that is closely related to either Bram Stoker’s fictional Count Dracula or his historical counterpart, Prince Vlad Dracula the Impaler.

* A thorough history based on original research and face-to-face interviews with experts–such as the Man in Black of Whitby, England–of how the novel Dracula came into being, and almost never happened.

* The true life story of Vlad the Impaler, connecting his lineage for the first time in print to the Brotherhood of the Wolf, which had already survived for two thousand years when Prince Vlad was born in 1431.

* For those willing to embark on an unforgettable adventure: A Practical Guide to the Dracula Trail, including a complete Sample Itinerary with recommendations for lodging and detailed instructions on traveling to each British or Romanian Dracula-related town or site. Also in the Practical Guide are maps and sections on money; recommended reading; modes of transportation; security and health; internet access, shopping, and cable TV; and alternatives to independent travel.

You can get your very own copy of In the Footsteps of Dracula on

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