The Travel Architect & The Husband Team Up to Talk About Travel (Mostly)

Podcast episode 56 is available by clicking below.  It is also available on iTunes, Pocket Cast, and Spotify under the travel architect.

We start out with toilet humor and pizza, so you know that we have nowhere to go but up.  The husband misalphabetizes again (seriously, this is getting embarrassing) so the Travel Quiz is about Europe instead of Asia.  Fortunately, I’ve been to Europe many times and my score reflects this happy fact. We whip thousands of miles ’round the world to give two thumbs up to the Bucket List Book destination, and the science surrounding it is actually interesting!  Finally, a listener comment launches us into a discussion about palaces and castles, which causes the husband to twist his tongue, giving us the title for this episode, so thank you Listener Mark!

Episode 56: Calaces & Pastles

Previous blog posts referenced or hinted at in this episode:

4 thoughts

  1. Really enjoyed this episode. Your shock about there being Dutch royals was a little timely because they’ve been in the news recently. They got a bit of a backlash for traveling over to Greece during the pandemic. They ended up publicly apologising, cutting their trip short and returned home after just one day in Greece.

    I’m looking forward to the quiz on South America in the next episode 😉
    It also sounds like those pesky kids might have to tackle the hubby’s travel quiz before being allowed to visit the calaces and pastles of the world!

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  2. Enjoyed the quiz! My son and I used to always travel around the holidays. We’ve had some amazing celebrations, e.g. in Buenos Aires with the family that owned the B&B we were in and their friends, London (found a restaurant open in the Lebanese district on Christmas day and gave the leftovers to guys living in the subway halls). We brought small gifts along for each other and found things as we traveled. Just be open to doing something different!

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