We have another audio travel tour for you.

This one starts in Dallas, moves to London, hits Santa Monica and Anaheim, and ending on a golf course in Baltimore.

Remembering November 22, 1963

In Dallas, we hit the Sixth Floor Museum which is the place where Lee Harvey Oswald fired the fatal shots that killed President Kennedy back in 1963.

We highly recommend visiting the museum while using the audio apparatus to fill you in on the history.

It’s a fascinating look back to the 1960s while also being a very sad and dark time for the United States.

Meddlesome Moth

Next, we suggest you hitting a Gastro pub called the mettlesome Moth. They have some great drinks, including their Moscow Mule. One of their incredible dishes was bacon lollipops.

Dallas, as it turns out, is a great Food town with creative chefs.

Raw in Santa Monica

Next we had to Santa Monica, California for some raw food at M.A.K.E. — which, unfortunately is no longer in business. But the rough food trend was big in 2015 and you can hear our assessment.

Another restaurant that closed on us is Maize Grill in London by Gordon Ramsay. We still want you to listen to this segment, because we came across what we consider, even until today, the greatest steak we have ever taste. It is a Wagyu beef fillet.

Susan also has some advice for Americans who go to Europe and expect to find California Chardonnays. The European whites do not have the oak and butter. But Susan has some tips for you.

Ruth’s Chris Cocktail

Next, we hit Anaheim California where we stop in at a Ruth’s Chris to get one of their cocktails. It is the Ruth’s Sazerac.

This is their version on a classic cocktail. Take a listen and see if this is something you could make for yourself.

And our final stop is in the Baltimore area where we play a round of golf with former major-league baseball pitcher Dave Johnson.

Dave still works in the broadcast booth for the Baltimore Orioles. But on the golf course he’s got some strange clubs.

Dave Johnson And His Hybrids

Every one of his clubs is a hybrid. He explained to me why he hits the style of club that would be so difficult for so many other golfers.

We hope you will enjoy this episode, which is a look back to one of our original shows.

Again, we started Undercover Jetsetter back in 2015. Sure, a lot has changed. But we remember those times with fondness.

We hope you will too.

Susan Anzalone and John Daly are the Co-Creators and Co-Hosts of Undercover Jetsetter, a show on travel, food, wine, mixology and, of course, golf. They show you how to jet set the world and at home. They also co-authored the book, The TV Studio In Your Hand: How to Shoot, Edit & Deliver the Easy Way on Your iPhone. Join them for tips and hacks on the road, at home, or in the kitchen.