There is much more to America’s Southeast coast than big cities, crowded beaches, miniature golf courses, and water parks. John Holod and Jodie Ginter are your guides to the region’s many natural wonders and authentic ancient landmarks, including national wildlife refuges, and centuries-old lighthouses. Let your imagination take flight at the Wright Brothers National Memorial and Cape Kennedy Space Center. Snorkel with manatees in the clear waters of Blue Springs State Park, and take an exhilarating airboat ride through Everglades National Park. Along the way, Holod and Ginter share invaluable travel planning tips that will save you time and money. This program visits: Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia; North Carolina’s Outer Banks; Cape Hatteras National Seashore, North Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; Hilton Head Island, South Carolina; Savannah, Georgia; St. Augustine, Florida; Canaveral National Seashore, Florida; Myrtle Beach, Florida; The Florida Keys; and more.
One of California’s original twenty-seven counties, El Dorado is the undisputed home of the Gold Rush, and, possibly the home of the American vineyard too, with vines dating back to 1849. Simon visits a number of historic sites in the county, including Marshall Gold Discovery Park, and the actual location where gold was first found.Watch Now >>
Amador County is in the very heart of California’s Gold Country, where prospectors flocked to find their fortunes 150 years ago. Simon talks to folklorist Robert Richards about the area’s history, visits the Montevina Winery, and checks out the local accommodations and attractions. In Sutter Creek, it is always 1898 in the Monteverde Store MuseumWatch Now >>