Travel Channel is running a sweepstakes with the prize being a 3 day/ two night trip for two to Las Vegas
The Grand Prize for the Winner and Guest Includes:
- Round trip coach airfare
- 3 days/ 2 nights hotel stay
- Round trip airport transportation in Vegas
- All taxes related to accommodations and airfare
- Approximate retail value- $3,000
One entry per person, per day is allowed
Travel must be completed by August 1, 2013
Open to legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States and DC
Must be 21 years or older to enter
Sweepstakes ends 5:00 pm ET on July 31, 2012
Sign up for the Travel Channel Vegas Sweepstakes HERE
The Travel Channel has a fun slide show featuring a list of the World’s Wackiest Museums.
I am not a huge museum fan but do enjoy visiting odd, quirky and not so typical museums.
Here is Travel Channel’s List of World’s Wackiest Museums:
- Burlingame Pez Museum- San Francisco, CA
- Southern Food & Beverage Museum- New Orleans, LA
- The International UFO Museum & Research Center- Roswell, NM
- Museum of Sex- NYC
- Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum- Japan
- Museum of Bad Art- Boston, MA
- Giant Shoe Museum- Seattle, WA
- Sulabh International Museum of Toilets- New Delhi
- The Collection of Questionable Medical Devices- In the Science Museum of Minnestota
- The Fan Museum- London
- National Mustard Museum- Middleton, WI
- Kansas Barbed Wire Museum- La Crosse, KS
- Chicken Art Museum- Seoul, South Korea
I’ve only visited one museum from the list- The Museum of Sex, kind of odd but I wouldn’t call it one of the world’s wackiest. I’d like to check out some of the other museums like the Pez Museum, Ramen Museum (which I wrote about: Odd Museums: Museums Dedicated to Ramen Noodles
) and the Museum of Bad Art.
The Kansas Barbed Wire Museum sounds like the most ridiculous museum listed.
There is one museum that I’ve visited that I think deserves a spot on this list- The Friet Museum in Belgium. The museum is all about french fries. Check out my post Not Your Usual Museum: Friet Museum
Check out the Travel Channel slide show which has info about each museum listed HERE
I am a pretty big fan of reality television. For me it started with watching The Real World on MTV. Two of my favorite reality shows are Survivor and The Amazing Race- I’ve been watching both for years. These days there seems to be reality shows about almost anything- from pawn shops to animal police. (Yes I do watch a bunch of these shows)
I recently heard about a new show being filmed for the Travel Channel that I’d definitely like to watch.
The show is going to be all about what goes on at Miami International Airport (MIA). The show will focus on what goes on behind the scenes at the airport and follow several employees around.
Before writing about this new show I contacted Travel Channel to try to find out some more details about it. I also looked online but could not find much information. My e-mail was sent on 3/1/12 and I just received a response on 4/13/12.
The response came from Scripps Network, the parent company of Travel Channel. The only new information that I received was the official name of the show- Miami Airport: Total Access.
Here is the response that I received from Scripps Network:
Hello and thank you for your email. Please accept our sincere apology for the delay in getting back to you with this response.
Specific information regarding the program Miami Airport: Total Access is not yet available. You may want to contact us toward the end of May and we would be happy to check on the status for you.
Scripps Networks Customer Service
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I plan to write back to Scripps in May to try to get some more info about the show and definitely look forward to watching Miami Airport: Total Access whenever it gets scheduled to air.
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How would you like to follow Anthony Bourdain to the places he has visited on his new show The Layover?
You can now purchase The Travel Channel Layover Guide by Anthony Bourdain.
It’s available for iPhone & iPad and costs $1.99 on iTunes.
With the app you can explore his favorite places to eat, drink and stay in 10 cities. More cities should be added later in the year.
Cities covered so far: New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Montreal, Singapore, Hong Kong, Rome and Amsterdam.
Find out more about The Layover app here
The Travel Channel is giving away a trip for two to Paris.
There is also a daily instant win game where you need to answer a question. The answer can be found on the Travel Channel website.
Grand Prize: Trip for Two to Paris
- Round trip coach airfare to Paris
- First class hotel accommodations in double occupancy room for 5 nights
- Round trip airport transfers between hotel and airport in Paris
- One dinner at a fine dining restaurant
- One couples massage
- Seine River cruise including dinner
- $1000 in spending cash for winner
- Trip must be completed by 2/28/13
Instant Win Prizes:
- Writing journal embossed with Travel Channel logo
Enter the contest by February 29, 2012
Contest open to legal residents of the 50 United States & District of Columbia who are at least 21 years old at time of entry.