Tips before booking your next trip and the story of Music Circus
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On the Sunday, May 17th edition of The Travel Guys:
- In the Travel News, the Department of Transportation reports complaints against airlines have skyrocketed (maybe something to do with offering people vouchers instead of refunds); restaurants are getting very creative in a post-stay-at-home world and the Grand Canyon reopens on a limited basis…
- Mark renews a segment from his first radio life (sports talk in the 90’s) called Just One Man’s Opinion, and weighs in on cruise ships who flag themselves in other countries to avoid taxes and regulation, then come crying home of our government when something like COVID happens. Plus, we make you a Smarter Traveler by talking about the importance of checking on what’s open and what’s not before setting out on your next trip.
- Richard Lewis, President and CEO of Broadway Sacramento, is our guest. Richard’s father was one of two partners in the original Music Circus, way back in 1951. As performances are canceled and we see a summer without Music Circus, we talk to Richard about what comes next. It is a true Sacramento story, and we give Richard plenty of time to share it with you.
- 2020 Virtual Tour of the Nixon Library’s Gardens
- Diners at this reopening restaurant can get social with dressed up mannequins
- Café In Germany Celebrates Opening With Swimming Noodle Hats To Help Customers Social Distance
- Some Restaurants Will Use Show Curtains and Mannequins for Social Distancing
- Shower Curtains – And Rubber Duckies – Help one Restaurant Reopen