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The Layover, Season 1HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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When it comes to experiencing the world’s great cities, there’s never a shortage of things to do. When you travel, the shortage usually involves time. On his new Travel Channel series, The Layover, Anthony Bourdain shows you how to cut right to the good stuff. He’s visiting major cities in the US, Asia and Europe for only 24-48 hours. In each episode, Bourdain takes one city – New York, Amsterdam, Singapore, London, Montreal, to name a few – and gives you his go-to list from dive bars to five stars to help you make the absolute most of your time there and skip the tourist traps. Whether you’re stuck waiting for a flight or just want to have an action-packed adventure within a tight window, let Anthony Bourdain be your guide.

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Hong Kong episode (#5) is missing!?!

First Montreal wouldn't download -- then after Montreal downloaded, it erased Hong Kong as episode 5 and Hong Kong can no longer be found. What is going on?!?

im a big fan

I've been a big fan of anthony bourdain for a while no reservations is probably the only reason that i would buy cable this and myth busters, but since he is no longer doing no reservations this wil have to suffice.

best travel advice

What I loved most is the hard core and real travel advice he gave. What was significant about this was there were segments in the show where they interviewed actual locals and they talked about their city and gave more helpful advice considering they actually live there. Also how he talked about alternative ways of commuting that way there is no need to pull something anything out your *** just to afford a taxi ride. He shows and explicitely states that in Singapore they take great pride in their mass transportation and are cheap, like the $2.00 subway one way trip. Which is one of the many pieces of wisdom he drops on the way while being utterly miserble of the 'continuity' of the whole show.

The Layover, Season 1
View in iTunes $8.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Released: Nov 21, 2011
  • CCin English

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