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Anthony Bourdain No Reservations Celebrates 100th Episode

Buzz In: What's Your Favorite Travel Show?

One of my favorite travel shows, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, marks its 100th episode on the Travel Channel tonight as its irreverent host heads to Paris for the perfect meal. For me, the exotic locations are what make No Reservations stand out amongst other food shows. (Well that, and Bourdain being the charming curmudgeon that he is).

On that note, as a TV fanatic, I often feed my travel urges by turning on the TV (it's much cheaper than a plane ticket). Sometimes I'm in the mood for the less-controversial Samantha Brown, other times I want the heartier fare of Man v. Food (to see the places host Adam Richman goes more so than watching him shovel food in his face). Do you have a favorite travel show?

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Akasha Akasha 5 years
Anthony Bourdain of course, but I also love House Hunters International. I'm not sure if it really counts as a travel show, but they do travel and then there's real estate. Plus some of he people buying house's are so crazy that I'm enthralled by them. I think the best part of the show is watching the difference between watching American's buying vacation/overseas properties and watching European's and Canadian's purchasing vacation properties. You really get a great glimpse into what is important to what kind of people.
limelindsey limelindsey 5 years
No Reservations and Globetrekkers.
weffie weffie 5 years
Departures is probably the one I watch the most, but if we're talking food-centric travel shows I like The Thirsty Traveler and Glutton for Punishment.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
I love Samantha Brown's shows. Anthony Bourdain is fun to watch sometimes. His commentary can be pretty funny, albeit pretentious at times. I loved when he went to Romania and seemed miserable. Didn't he call it the Land of Count Chocula? Hahaha
AnaMC AnaMC 5 years
I love Anthony Bourdain. Watched the 99 episodes, so far, and bought his books. I used to like Samantha Brown's many shows but got to say that I find Bourdain's personality and insight better than Sam's.
HoneyBrown1976 HoneyBrown1976 5 years
Andrew Zimmerman's Bizarre Eats. I also like Samantha's Brown's Passport to Europe specials.
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