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This Week in Travel

By Gary Arndt, Chris Christensen, Jen Leo

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Join Gary Arndt (, Jen Leo (, Chris Christensen ( and other notables in the travel industry, in a weekly roundtable discussion of news and trends in the travel industry. New episodes are available every Wednesday.

Customer Reviews

Great travel info and banter

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the first two episodes of this podcast. I also listen to Chris Christensen's Amateur Traveler podcast and he is one of this cast, so it was fun to hear more of his opinions and banter with the other show hosts. The hosts seem like a diverse and very well traveled group. They are up on all the latest travel buzz and I really feel like I've gotten all the latest travel info and opinions by listening- it's a really energizing listen. Keep up the good work!

Great Podcast for Travelers!

For those looking to find out what the latest in travel is, this is a great podcast. Gary manages to get some big name people to discuss the latest in travel. Good topics, good audio, funny commentary.

Good resource, needs editing to be great

There are 4 great contributors to this podcast and a good range travel topics covered, hence the 4 start rating. I do think that it would be improved with some editing to get to a more a succinct delivery for each show. As each podcast is nearly and hour I do think that breaking the shows into 30 minute segments, covering less topics per show would increase engagement. Overall the podcasts are a good review of current issues and packed with helpful tips from very knowledgeable experts.