Travel Channel’s Mysteries At The Museum – Season 12 Episode 11 ShrimpySonar Features ITALY4REAL Owner Rem Malloy As WWII Historian

Written by Rem Malloy, since 1995 Rem has been guiding and designing trips to Italy and all of Western Europe and is considered an expert in his field for over 30 years.

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TRAVEL CHANNEL’S MYSTERIES AT THE MUSEUM – Season 12 Episode 11 “Shrimpy Sonar” features Italy4Real owner AS WWII historian.

Pacific Northwest-based travel company’s owner; Rem Malloy tells the “Shrimpy Sonar” story on Season 12 Episode 11 of the wildly popular travel show

SEATTLE – November, 16th 2016 – The hugely popular Travel Channel show Mysteries at The Museum featured the owner of Italy4Real; a Pacific Northwest-based travel company specializing in tours to Italy and Europe, to tell the amazing story of how a underwater microphone detected an unlikely World War II enemy.

The story was about a scientist who was given the job by the US Navy in WWII to solve a mystery of why the fleets sonar was being jammed by a strange sound. The Travel Channel chose adventure guide, historian and owner of Italy4Real; a European boutique tour operator that specializes in customized travel packages and historic small group tours to help tell the story. Next Air Date: December 16, 2016. check local listings.

“I have been personally guiding tours to WWII sites in Europe for years and the Travel Channel has allowed me to bring my interest and knowledge to a broader audience,” said Rem Malloy, president and co-founder at Italy4Real.” I will be creating and guiding new World War II history tours to Europe in the coming months”

“Europe is an open-air history museum that offers something for everyone;” said Malloy.

Malloy recently returned from Spain, Italy and France where he leads small group tours to see the highlights of Paris and the WWII history of Upper and Lower Normandy.

Italy4Real will be launching new travel itineraries personally designed by Rem that will introduce the history of WWII in a way that appeals to almost every traveler.

The new Italy4Real website is packed with useful information such as planning advice, custom trip planning, small group trips to Europe and travel tips.

“The Italy4Real philosophy is to provide our customers with the most personalized travel experiences possible through research, local knowledge and the development of customized vacation packages and small group tours that appeal to a broad range of new and experienced travelers,” said Malloy.

From historic itineraries to romantic boutique hotels and farmhouse stays, Italy4Real’s custom trip planning services provide travelers a wide array of unique trip packages and experiences.

About Italy4Real

Mother and son team, Deborah de Maio and Rem Malloy, launched Italy4Real in 1995 because they saw a need for a boutique tour operator that understood the hesitations and concerns of travelers going abroad. With extensive on-the-ground knowledge and understanding of culture differences, Italy4Real specializes in creating trips from beginning to end sending travelers on their way with the confidence and resources they need to travel solo. For more information, please call (425) 355-3711 or go to www.italy.seotravelmarketing.com https://www.facebook.com/italy4real/

Learn more about how shrimp can affect sonar from Science Daily: here

Learn more about the WWII Story with original news clippings: here

Learn more about the Travel Channel Show Mysteries at The Museum: here

About the Author

Rem Malloy started Italy4real back in 1995 with his mother, Deborah de Maio.

He specialises in Italian tours as well as customised tours to France, England, Ireland, Germany, Switzerland, Greece and Spain. He was also featured in the Travel Channel show Mysteries at The Museum in 2016.

Rem has family in Italy and his mothers home town is Cava di Terrani, near the Amalfi Coast. The family has a street named after them in Sorrento, Via Luigi de Maio; a relative who was mayor of Sorrento.

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