From the seafood in Sydney to the mud bogging in Nashville, the hosts of Travel Channel dabble in a little of everything. See where they’re going this week — including a sneak peek at the season premiere of Ghost Adventures!

Tonight at 9|8c, Tony continues his No Reservations Final Tour with a stop in Sydney where he samples fresh seafood, old-school charcuterie and the ubiquitous Australian barbie. Check out our Sydney travel guide to get a glimpse of the city’s highlights.

Tomorrow at 9|8c, Don Wildman recaps the freakiest mysteries — from accidental mummies in Detroit to an incident of bio-terrorism in Oregon — in a special episode of Mysteries at the Museum. Then, explore some of Don’s favorite museums with our new webseries.

Wednesday at 9|8c, the Toy Hunter heads to Pennsylvania and Ohio, where he digs through attics, flea markets and people’s homes to discover some of his best finds to date. Got some cool toys of your own? Show them off in our Rate My Toy community!

Thursday at 9|8c, the season finale of Trip Flip takes Bert to Nashville where he surprises 2 vacationers when he takes them mud bogging, catfish grabbling and to the 2012 CMA awards. Check out our weekend guide to Nashville to get the most out of your own trip to Music City. And don’t forget to enter to win a trip to next year’s CMAs.

On Friday, the guys are back! Ghost Adventures premieres at 9|8c with Zak, Nick and Aaron heading to the recently-closed Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX. The GAC hope to encounter spirits of the former violent inmates in the never-before-investigated prison.


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Amanda DiGiondomenicoAmanda is a freelance blogger and considers herself a resident of both Baltimore and Washington, DC. She loves taking road trips up and down the East Coast, but looks for...


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