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George visits Jeep Wrangler in Ohio, hangs 10 in Southern California at Channel Island Surfboards, and captures great memories at Kodak Picture Gallery in Northern California.
We're taking you to two of the most beautiful parks Alaska has to offer, filled with terrestrial wildlife, marine animals, glaciers and spectacular views.
George kicks it into high gear on an unsinkable Boston Whaler in Florida, molds a pink flamingo by Cado products in Massachusetts, and heats things up at All-Clad cookware in Pennsylvania.
George learns the secrets of the Tootsie Roll, pays a visit to OH for high-octane jet engine testing at GE Aviation, and drops into mountainous WA for the ultimate snowboarding lesson.
George brings the Ford Mustang Boss 302 back to life in MI, brews craft beers at Brooklyn Brewery in New York City, and samples one of America's finest handcrafted cheeses at Vermont Creamery.
Don examines what appears to be a miniature human head, brought back from the jungles of South America. And he surveys the dented casing of the hydrogen bomb that sat at the center of a ...
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of "The Shining" at the Stanley Park Hotel, the inspiration for the creepy novel and film.
Celebrate the last night of the year with the entire family at these great family-friendly New Year's Eve parties.
Planning a foodie vacation to the Sunshine State? Check out Travel Channel's top picks for Florida Food Festivals.
George heads to Maine to make shoes at New Balance, learns to make whiskey Tennessee-style at Jack Daniels Distillery, and helps build an electric motorcycle at Zero Motorcycles in Santa Cruz, CA.
Visit these cultural institutions and museums where visitors can observe artwork as it's being created.
George swings Mickey Mantle's bat at the Louisville Slugger factory in Kentucky, crafts the perfect donut at Krispy Kreme in North Carolina, and stretches aluminum into an Airstream trailer in Ohio.
The key to enjoying a foodie road trip is the same as enjoying a good meal: slow down and savor every bite!
All the world's great cities have tour companies that, for a small fee, show you around. Those new to Chicago, a half-day motor coach or on-and-off "trolley" tour is the perfect way to get oriented.