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Jann has built race cars, raced semi-professionally and worked in the auto sales retail business for many years. He has reviewed automobiles since 1969, and the first car he ever reviewed was a 1969 Ford Mustang Mach I for Country Senses Magazine. Since then he has reviewed automobiles in print, on radio and on TV. Jann was the Auto reviewer for the Colorado Daily, Daily Camera and KNUS radio. He is the Channel 1 networks world wide auto reviewer. Jann has produced and hosted Route 66 a 22 part travel series. He hosts the Great American road Trip which routinely has an automobile co-star. You can catch his TV reviews on 22Boom nightly at 9:00 pm on Comcast Channel 22 in Boulder County . Jann has also hosted an annual TV special on the Denver Auto Show here on C1N.TV and on cable. What makes Jann Scott interesting is that he so multi-talented. Not just here on C!N but in life. He has a lot of interests and talks about them on TV.
Jann Scott host the 2012 Denver Auto Show Special where we look at a whole bunch of different cars and speak with Tim Jackson the Denver Auto Show coordinator and he give us a little history on the show and soem of the trends going on in the market, then Jann hits the floor to look at the new cars and trucks for 2012 and 2013 as well as some concept cars.
Jann’s Great American Road Trip heads south of the U.S. border to the Mexican Caribbean and Playa del Carmen on the Riviera Maya. Playa del Carmen has often been a very hip spot for boulderites. The Riviera Maya is a created stretch of vacation resorts stretching from Cancun to Tulum. We visit Secrets capri an all inclusive luxury romantic resort. Then to Xcaret Eco archeological park in the Yucatan rain forest. Then we visit Mayan Indian Ruins at Tulum and Coba. Plus we went snorkeling,shopping inPlaya del Carmen and to Momitas beach club. Thanks to Apple Vacations are the best provider into the area. They handle air and ground transportation and their prices are the best.
Great American Road Trip takes a visit to Kearney Nebraska where 100′s of trains take to the tracks every day to deliver goods across the states. Lots of the locomotives are loaded with coal that is turned into everyday energy that might just possibly be powering your home or apartment.
Great American Road Trip visits South Beach Miami Florida on New Years eve and weeks to follow, some of the places that are featured include, The famous Clay Hotel in the Spanish Village, The Jewish Museum of Florida, Beach Scooters, Ocean Drive and Lincoln road shopping centers. Also some of the local restaurants featured are the Moonlight Caffe, Cafe Nuvo, Oh Mexico, and the Hosteria Romana.
Jann’s Great American Road Trip. Starts in St Augustine Florida and continues south through the Florida Keys visiting Daytona Beach, Disney World, South Beach Miami, Coconut Grove, Key Largo, Key West and most recently south of the border to the Rivera Maya and Playa Del Carmen Mexico.
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The Great American Road Trip stayed at the Southern Most Hotel and Resorts Properties voted Best Place to stay in Key West. You have to eat at Camille’s also voted best restaurant in Key West. We rented mopeds from Moped Hospital. It is the only way to get around Key West. Though I must tell you Ford gave us an Expedition for our two months in the keys taping this series. It held all 28 pieces of equipment.
First we visit Key Largo and stay at the Holiday Inn Resort and marina. Then I go diving at OLN’s star Capt. Slates Atlantis dive Center then its on to the African Queen, and dinner at MRs Macks world famous kitchen. We also went to the Caribbean club where the Bogart movie Key Largo was filmed.
Great American Road Trip Florida Keys is a best of Florida Keys show, induces Key Largo with the African Queen, the famous Caribbean Club Bar, the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center, Then in Marathon Florida, the Dolphin Research Center and Crane Point Hammock, then just before you get to Key west make sure to stop by at the 7 Mile Grill and Pigeon Key where you can visit Flagler’s Railroad Camp. Then just before your in Key west you’ll want to stop by at the Bahia Honda Key and the Bahia Honda State Park there. Finally in Key West at the Southernmost tip of the United States you can ride mopeds, and stay at one of the Southernmost Hotels. And if you as wild as the people in Key West you may want to check out the Chicken Store and grab the best key lime pie in Key West at Camille’s Restaurant. Also the Fort Zachary Taylor State Park Beach and the Harry S Truman, Little White House for some historical sites, and if you love cats you’ll want to visit the Hemingway’s House and maybe a drink is what you’d like well stop by Captain Tony’s Saloon. And of course Art Museums and the famous Key West Cemetery and if you go at the right time of year you may see the Regatta boat race and sail away into the sunset on the Americas tour boat.
Great American Road Trip visits South Beach Miami Florida, Little Havana, The News Cafe, The Beaches of Miami where the you can rent wave runners and hang out with the diverse crowd, then back in the Spanish Village on Espanola Way you can taste a little bit of France at A La Folie. One of the nicest resorts to stay right on the beach in Miami is the Royal Palm Crowne Plaza and if you want to really show off you can rent a Ferrari or a souped up Hummer and cruise Ocean Drive over to the Wolfsonian FIU Museum for a look at some fine arts. Then south of Miami is Coconut Grove where you find Coco Walk on the way south towards Key Largo.
Great American Road Trip Begins with its first episode in St. Augustine Florida The oldest city in America on Highway A1A. Historic St. Augustine has the Casa Monica Hotel a unique hotel that is the most romantic hotel in Florida. From the hotel you can take a tour of the town where you catch a glimpse of how life was in early America. Then if you want an all modern blast you can head out to Daytona International Speedway where racing cars is their way of life, even on the beaches. Continuing down Route A1A is Kennedy Space Center where literly tons of rockets are lunched. Then why not stop in at the most wonderful place on earth, Disney World and the town of Celebration all created by Mr. Walt Disney.