Day 2 of The Philadelphia Inquirer Travel Show will feature a best -selling author, a Mom, a Professor and two Grannies.
After drawing an estimated 3,000 attendees on Saturday, the show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City has on tap for Sunday:
- Patricia Schultz, author of 1,000 Places To see Before You Die, will discuss some of the most interesting places to visit around the world.
- Emily Kaufman, The Travel Mom, will tell how to take the stress out of planning and taking vacations.
- Steve Silosky, the Traveling Professor, will show how to see Paris and save money.
- Pat Johnson and Regina Fraser, known as the Nannies on Safari, will preview their upcoming trip to India.
In addition, Wendy Wu will unveil China's "off-the-beaten-path" spots worth exploring, Friendly Planet Travel's Peggy Goldman will show how to compare offers to get the best deal, and Sandy McDowell will give tips to get the best bang for your vacation buck. Plus, planning a N.J. vacation.
Show hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.