GadlingTV’s Travel Talk, episode 12 – Click above to watch video after the jump
Well, we’ve been bouncing around the country this week and have got a great show to prove it! From Dallas, Texas to Austin, Texas and finally Portland, Oregon – we’ll take you behind the scenes at Love Field Airport and the operational headquarters of Southwest Airlines!
In the news this week: United & Continental’s big merger, a new train makes tracks in a forbidden country, we look into the biggest World Expo in history, and find out why your toothpaste may once again be safe while traveling through Europe.
We get the inside scoop on Austin-based tech startup Gowalla, and catch up with Gadling crew for a day out on the town. Last but not least, we’re GIVING AWAY TWO FREE TICKETS on Virgin America!! Watch to the end to find out how to enter!!
Tune in next week for our full Portland, Oregon special!
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Get the official scoop on the United/Continental merger
U.S State Department’s guidelines for visiting
The Vice Guide to North Korea
. An in-depth look at DPRK guided tours.
Going to the World Expo 2010? Download and print this form
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More Shanghai World Expo
We’re giving away two free tickets on Virgin America!
To enter, join our Facebook group and send us an email, telling us 1) where you would go 2) what you would do there 3) who you would take.
At the end of May, one lucky winner will be randomly selected from our inbox. So, get your friends to submit to increase your chances!!
Hosts: Stephen Greenwood, Aaron Murphy-Crews, Drew Mylrea
Special Guest: Jonathan Carroll, Jeremy Kressman.
Produced, Edited, and Directed by:
Stephen Greenwood, Aaron Murphy-Crews, Drew Mylrea
Update **The current video has been revised from it’s original version at the request of Southwest airlines. We were given a sneak peak at the TSA’s baggage screening room and filmed bags being opened, which presented privacy concerns. That footage, as well as a mention of Southwest’s mechanical practices – has been removed.
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