Bouncing around this week, I recorded this podcast in the bathroom of the Stamford, CT Marriott. Visiting St Louis’s Gateway Arch, we talk about wedging a bit of personal tourism into a packed business itinerary, how people keep mistaking physical closeness with personal closeness, and recounting some stories about mistakes even before the trip starts. Here’s a direct link to the podcast file.

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Here are the show notes from TravelCommons podcast #16:

  • Intro music — Warmth by Makkina
  • Recorded in the bathroom of the Stamford, CT Marriott
  • Direct Link to iTunes page for the Scottish Band Evangeline
  • Pocket tourism — fitting a bit of personal tourism into the usual packed business travel itinerary
  • Direct Link to the Travel + Leisure editorial
  • Touring the Gateway Arch in St Louis

  • Too much personal information sharing in confined physical spaces
  • Two stories about mistaken trips to the airport
  • Direct Link to the comments posted under Podcast #14
  • Feedback at comments[at], the comment board on, or right here in the comments section below
  • Direct link to the show