This week my good friend Marc Bigbie and I get together in Vero to talk about some of the places we’ve been this year on Travel with Rick and what we have planned for the rest of this year. Want to know what’s coming up, check out this week’s show!
The lost episode! I was going through some files looking for show content and I ran across this video we shot that we never made into an episode. So, here it is…see how the Bionic Bar works on Quantum of the Seas. We select our drink and watch as the robotic bartender prepares and serves it. This is just so cool!
This week while Leslie and I were enjoying a day at Epcot, we got our first look at Soarin’ Around the World in the Land Pavilion. This attraction has recently undergone a refurbishment replacing the original Soarin’ over California scenery to locations all over the world!
Check out the video and enjoy the new scenes as you go Soarin’ Around the World!
This week I visit the Thirsty Pig in Portland Maine. I sit down with Executive Chef Matt who tells us all about how the Thirsty Pig create awesome house-made sausages with the best Maine beer they can find!
We sample some Buffalo Chicken Dip, Thai Chili Sausage and a Spicy Italian Sausage, even a Blueberry Sausage. These tasty treats were amazing! I’ve never seen creations like these anywhere, truly unique!
So check out the video and see some of the best sausage from the Thirsty Pig in Portland, Maine!
This week Leslie and I share some of the favorite restaurants and eats we found on our summer trip to Wells, Maine. We tell you about The Ramp, Varanos, Billy’s Chowder House, Wells Beach Lobster Pound and more, what we had, what we liked, all of our favorite foods from Maine.
So check out the video and see and hear about some of the best food around Wells, Maine!
Join us for some great seafood at the Ramp in Cape Porpoise, Maine. We discovered this little restaurant / bar last year during our first trip up to Maine. Located underneath the main restaurant, Pier 77, you literally walk down the “ramp” to get to it. The decor is made up of old and new political and sports memorabilia, and serving up some of the finest seafood anywhere!
Famous for their lobster roll and seafood stew, our favorites, but you really can’t go wrong with anything on the menu!
This week I’m still in Maine for part of the summer but was really missing Walt Disney World! My friends Marc and Kriss were at the Magic Kingdom last week and when I saw their video of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, I loved it so much I knew I had to share it with you!.
I hope you enjoy this POV ride on Big Thunder as much as I did, it’s the wildest ride in the wilderness!
This week we visit one of our favorite places in Maine, the Wells Beach Lobster Pound. Owner Troy Brown explains the history of the restaurant started by his Grandfather and now passed down to him. Troy started when he was just 9 years old and has been part of the Lobster Pound now for 39 seasons!
We learn about the different kinds of Maine Lobster, pick a fresh pound and a half “soft shell” female, boil it up fresh and enjoy the delicious, succulent lobster with melted buttah and house made cole slaw. (that’s not a typo) Everything is bettah with buttah!
We also enjoy one of the best lobster rolls you’ll find anywhere. Troy shows us just how they create these incredibly tasty treats with the only ingredients being the fresh lobster meat from their tanks, a little mayo and a soft toasted split top roll. Nothing could be bettah!
So check out this week’s video and see why we love the Wells Beach Lobster Pound so much!
This week you’ll find out the number one reason we love Maine so much, we are only a mile from the beach! We take a drive over, show you some of the homes, the beautiful, rocky coastline of Wells Maine, point out one of our favorite restaurants along the way and end up on Wells Beach, a place that has become one of our favorite places in the world. So much so in fact that last year we bought a small home and now spend a few weeks in the summer here.
So check out the video and see some of the beautiful sites around Wells, Maine!