Anthony Bourdain is an American chef, best-selling author, television personality, cultural anthropologist and the envy of many. His audacious personality and worldly knowledge acts as an excellent foundation to narrate his adventurous life. One of his recent syndications, The Layover, offers a how-to guide to exploring popular cities during an unexpected air travel layover of 24 to 48 hours. A wonderful concept, especially if you’ve been stuck in the same situation, staring lifelessly out the window of your gate waiting for the hopeful, yet unlikely news that your plane will arrive shortly. Although a unique show for a less than ideal situation, The Layover also provides a contemporary list of must-do items to anyone looking for something to do on a weekend trip to an unknown city. With a new year just around the corner, many of you are presumably pondering or researching the possible destinations you would like to visit next. So take some time to catch up on Bourdain’s latest cultural guide on the Travel Channel and gain some authentic ideas from a seasoned traveler who knows the proper way to experience life.
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