"Anyone with an interest in travel should make the Los Angeles Travel & Adventure Show the first stop before their next vacation. It's a travel lover's paradise and an information hub that can't be missed." One highlight of the Los Angeles Travel & Adventure Show is the opportunity to meet and gain inspiration from the world's top travel experts and celebrities as they present seminars and answer questions over the two-day event. On the 1,000 seat Travel Theater you'll meet: Rick Steves, Travel Writer, Host of Rick Steves' Europe and Travel with Rick Steves, Europe Through the Back Door Andrew Zimmern, Three-time James Beard Award-winning TV Personality, Chef and Host of Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern Peter Greenberg, Emmy Award-winning Investigative Reporter, Producer and CBS News Travel Editor Pauline Frommer, Editorial Director of the Frommer Guides and Publisher of Frommers.com Johnny Jet, Editor-In-Chief, JohnnyJet.com On the Savvy Traveler Theater stage, visitors will interact with travel experts on subjects ranging from packing and travel technology, to maximizing credit card reward points and what to do if disaster strikes while traveling. On the Destination Theater, travelers will receive destination-specific information from local experts containing information on when to go, how to get there, what to see and local, off the beaten path attractions from destinations such as Alaska, Australia, Japan and the South Pacific Islands. The Taste of Travel Theater highlights top chefs who present live cooking demonstrations right on the show floor. Featuring cuisines from around the world, guests will have the opportunity to taste samples and get a full cultural experience in a stadium-seating styled theater. At the Global Beats Stage, attendees can feel the beat and experience the rhythm of cultural dances and performances during more than 20 presentations throughout the weekend. Attending the Los Angeles Travel & Adventure Show is an adventure in and of itself and presents activities suitable for the whole family. Guests can get their picture taken in their favorite destination at the Green Screen, climb a rock wall, experience a dive pool and ride a live camel, all under one roof. 1000TravelTips.com is the event's national media sponsor.Tourism Fiji is a Major sponsor, with supporting sponsors including Rick Steves' Europe Tours; Taiwan Tourism Bureau; Tourism Thailand; Indonesia Travel and Yosemite Experience Pavilion.
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