Thursday, July 2, 2015
- Travel Today -- Nobu Villa, Nobu Hotel inside of Caesars Palace
This week’s broadcast of the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show comes from the Nobu Villa inside the Nobu Hotel in Caesars Palace. Joining Peter is celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis, celebrating the one-year anniversary of her first restaurant GIADA at The Cromwell. Then Caesars Palace’s own Jason Gastwirth talks about some surprising changes in entertainment at both Caesars and the Strip. There’s all of this and more on this week’s episode of the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show from the Nobu Villa inside of Caesars Palace.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
- Travel Today -- Boise, Idaho
This weekTravel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Boise, Idaho. Joining us is Rocky Barker, journalist for the Idaho Statesman, describes what makes Boise such a great place to visit—from its easy access to outdoor activities to its thriving cultural scene. Then the Basque Museum & Cultural Center Director, Patty Miller, details the ways the large Basque community based in Boise passes down its heritage and traditions to the younger generations. Volunteer for Preservation Idaho and Boise Historian Amy Pence-Brown talks about the city’s expansion and how early models after Washington D.C. have allowed Boise to grow seamlessly.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
- Travel Today - Waldorf Astoria Orlando
This week on Travel Today with Peter Greenberg broadcasts from the Waldorf Astoria Orlando in Florida. Adding a high end luxury brand so close to Walt Disney World may beg the question, Why is this hotel here? The answer…it was needed! Guests this week include Chris Thompson, President and CEO of Brand USA, who talks about marketing the U.S. to a global audience, and the growth in foreign tourism to America—not just Orlando, but across the U.S. Then Manny Belete, who runs the Bull & Bear at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando, touches on everything from single malt scotch to serious pastry (and a lot in between). There’s all of this and more from the Waldorf Astoria Orlando on Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.
Monday, June 15, 2015
- Travel Today -- Airline Safety Special
This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg is a special edition on aviation safety and security from the studios of United Stations in New York. Joining us for this special program is airline pilot Patrick Smith, author of Cockpit Confidential with some surprising accident statistics. Veteran Journalist Joe Sharkey tells the remarkable story of his survival of a fatal midair collision over Brazil. All of this and more on this week's special Travel Today with Peter Greenberg on airline safety.
Thursday, June 4, 2015
- Travel Today - Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Rose Hall, Montego Bay Jamaica
This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from Montego Bay, Jamaica and the Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Rose Hall.We’ll talk about jerk chicken with Ovan Morrison, an alumnus of legendary Scotchies (who’s now the head jerk chef at the Hyatt), and haunted golf courses (Peter has a personal experience) with golf pro Keith Stein, who runs the White Witch course. All of that and more comes from the Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Rose Hall.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
- Travel Today -- Kennebunk Maine
This week on Travel Today with Peter Greenberg we come to you from Kennebunk, Maine, which has a year-round population of 3,000 and a summer population that soars to 40,000. What’s one of the best things to eat in the summer in Maine? Lobster rolls. Writer Kristin Fuhrmann Simmons joins Peter Greenberg on the air to reveal the secrets of the best lobster rolls in town—and where you can find them. The Kennebunk Fire Chief shares some off-the-brochure tips, then Tom Bradbury, Head of the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust, explains the area’s cultural and environmental legacy. All of this and more on this week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Kennebunk, Maine.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
- Travel Today - The One&Only Palmilla
This week's episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from The One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos, Mexico. After being hit by Hurricane Odile in September 2014, Los Cabos was badly damaged. Like many other properties, the One&Only Palmilla suffered major wounds and had to close for a massive recovery and rebuilding effort. But now it’s back, and some would say, better than ever. The resort’s staff pulled together as a community in one of the stronger examples of a public/private partnership. Arnie Weissmann, Editor-in-Chief of Travel Weekly, talks about disaster tourism and why now is the time to go to Los Cabos. Then the President of the Los Cabos Humane Society, Aida Trujillo, talks about animal displacement after the storm and how visitors can help…including internati
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
- Travel Today - InterContinental Hong Kong
This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the InterContinental Hong Kong. Peter's been going there since 1980, when the hotel first opened as the Regent. Later it became the Four Seasons, and it is now one of the crown jewels of the InterContinental chain. The hotel even has a Michelin star restaurant. Joining him is Senior Editor for Time Hong Kong Liam Fitzpatrick, who is speaking about the pro-democracy Umbrella Movement and how it has changed the dynamic of one of the most vibrant cities in Asia. And The InterContinental’s Director of Engineering, Harvey Wong, talks about the hotel’s environmental initiatives, including beekeeping (and homemade honey) on the roof. All that and more on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
- Travel Today -- WTTC, Madrid, Spain
This week Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the World Travel and Tourism Council Global Summit in Madrid, Spain. The 15th annual WTTC Global Summit once again unites travel and tourism leaders from around the world, bringing together top representatives from the public and private sectors. Joining at the annual conference is Roger Dow, CEO of the US Travel Association. He’ll be discussing the Open Skies Agreement and how rising tides will lift all ships when it comes to growth in the airline industry. Then Geoffrey Kent, CEO of Abercrombie & Kent, gives us insight into his brand of luxury experiences, and Mark Dunkerly, CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, talks about why leisure travel is on track for fast growth in 2016. There’s all of this and more from the WTTC Global Sum
Saturday, April 25, 2015
- Travel Today - Triple Creek Ranch
This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show airs from western Montana. We’re at Triple Creek Ranch, just outside of Darby, about 20 miles from the Idaho border. Elk, horses, deer, moose, bald eagles, hawks, turkey, and ospreys make their home within Triple Creek Ranch’s 26,700 acres. How’s this for rugged? It’s right around here that the Lewis and Clark expedition was finally successful in crossing the Bitterroot Mountains, part of the larger Rocky Mountain range. The pioneers battled frostbite, malnutrition, and dehydration while crossing this particularly unforgiving 200-mile stretch of mountain terrain during their 11 harrowing days on the Lolo Trail. But it’s now where you’ll find the ulra-luxe Triple Creek Ranch. You’ll find all of this and more when Peter Gre
Thursday, April 16, 2015
- Travel Today - Hotel del Coronado, California
This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show airs from the legendary Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, California. It’s a historic hotel. It’s a haunted hotel. For movie buffs, it was also the location for the legendary film Some Like it Hot with Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, and Marilyn Monroe. Meredith Manee, Chef de Cuisine at 1500 Ocean restaurant, tells us about the most surprising dish she serves at 1500 Ocean (a people pleasing fish) and what she’s doing to locally source delicious ingredients. “Gnarly” Neal, owner of Gnarly Neal’s Ocean Instruction to share stories of surfing in San Diego. All of this and more is on this week’s broadcast of Peter Greenberg Worldwide from Hotel del Coronado in San Diego County, California.
Thursday, April 9, 2015
- Travel Today -- The Knickerbocker
Housed in a building erected in 1906 within Times Square, The Knickerbocker Hotel reopened its doors this year. With almost 100 years of history, this location has gone through a series of changes—from a hotel to housing Newsweek, and back to a hotel. It offers a prime location and a depth of history. New York Historian Elizabeth Bradley depicts the history of The Knickerbocker and how the building has evolved over the last 100 years. Then, The Charlie Palmer restaurant at The Knickerbocker's Executive Chef Cliff Denny shares the healthy...and not so healthy...dishes on the menu. There’s all of this and more when this week’s episode of Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from The Knickerbocker Hotel in New York, New York.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
- The Knickerbocker's Executive Chef
Chef Cliff Denny, Executive Chef at Charlie Palmer restaurant in The Knickerbocker, dishes out the healthy—and not so healthy—items on the restaurant’s menu. The “not so healthy” options include scottish quail egg, fries, and duck nuggets. All of this and more from the newly reopenned Knickerbocker Hotel in New York City, New York.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
- Travel Today - L'Auberge Del Mar, California
This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from L’Auberge Del Mar in Del Mar, California. Celebrity Triathlete Scott Tinley shares the evolution of the triathlon and what he did during peak times to train. Also stopping by is Chief Lifeguard Pat Vergne to talk about Del Mar’s beaches and the stories he’s been sharing on the water for 34 years. All of this and more is on this week’s episode of Peter Greenberg Worldwide from L’Auberge Del Mar in Del Mar, Californa.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
- L'Auberge Del Mar Former Owner Jim Watkins
Jim Watkins, Del Mar resident of 44 years and former owner of the L'Auberge Del Mar, delves into the history of the village. Bing Crosby built the race track and then brought all of his friends to the ‘party.’ Experiencing the L'Auberge during it's intitial glamour inspired him to rebuild the property and carry on its traditions and legacy. He wanted to create a home away from home for those visiting Del Mar and the historic hotel.