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Travel Today with Peter Greenberg
Peter Greenberg is America's most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist. Peter is Travel Editor for CBS News, appearing on CBS This Morning and The Evening News with Scott Pelley, among other broadcast platforms. Peter Greenberg Worldwide Podcast is a travel news show airing from a different location every weekend, featuring local experts sharing their favorite gems.
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Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Maui Urgent Care's Dr. Norm Estin - Jun 17,2014
Doctor Norm Estin of Doctors on Call, Maui's pioneer in Urgent care, joins Peter Greenberg at the Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Hotel. We learn that Peter and Norm's friendship stems back to Peter's childhood, when Norm was a doctor on Fire Island. He talks about sea urchins, dehydration, and vacation injuries. Most importantly, he gives us his number one tip for avoiding having to see a doctor on vacation. We also learn about volunteer opportunities on the island from Greenberg and how travelers can stay involved in the area.
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Maui Urgent Care's Dr. Norm Estin
Doctor Norm Estin of Doctors on Call, Maui's pioneer in Urgent care, joins Peter Greenberg at the Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Hotel. We learn that Peter and Norm's friendship stems back to Peter's childhood, when Norm was a doctor on Fire Island. He talks about sea urchins, dehydration, and vacation injuries. Most importantly, he gives us his number one tip for avoiding having to see a doctor on vacation. We also learn about volunteer opportunities on the island from Greenberg and how travelers can stay involved in the area.
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Monday, June 16, 2014
Maui Flight Academy Chief Laurence Balter - Jun 16,2014
Pilot Laurence Balter, chief pilote and owner of the Maui Flight Academy, describes the best way to see the Hawaiian Islands—flying a plane yourself! Most people who want to see an aerial view of the island choose a helicopter. Instead of renting a helicopter, why not take things into your own hands? With trained professionals at your side, the Maui Flight Academy let's you get the best views of the island. Laurence Balter discusses the beginnings of his adventurous business, and how improved radar technology has increased the span of when his company can do.
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Maui Flight Academy Chief Laurence Balter
Pilot Laurence Balter, chief pilote and owner of the Maui Flight Academy, describes the best way to see the Hawaiian Islands—flying a plane yourself! Most people who want to see an aerial view of the island choose a helicopter. Instead of renting a helicopter, why not take things into your own hands? With trained professionals at your side, the Maui Flight Academy let's you get the best views of the island. Laurence Balter discusses the beginnings of his adventurous business, and how improved radar technology has increased the span of when his company can do.
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Thursday, June 12, 2014
Travel Today - Adlon Kempinski Hotel, Virtuoso Symposium
This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Adlon Kempinski Hotel in Berlin. Most people know of the hotel for Michael Jackson's famous baby-dangling incident, but there is so much more incredible history about the hotel sitting just outside the Brandenburg Gate. The original hotel Adlon opened in 1907, but was mostly destroyed near the end of World War II. The hotel as it stands today opened in 1997, but is modeled after the original design. Our broadcast found its way to the Adlon for this year's annual Virtuoso Symposium. Virtuoso is one of the travel industry's leading networks. This organization includes more than 330 agencies with 7,200 advisors in 20 countries throughout North and South America, the Caribbean, Australia, and New Zealand. Every year, Virtuoso holds i
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Travel Today - Adlon Kempinski Hotel, Virtuoso Symposium - Jun 12,2014
This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Adlon Kempinski Hotel in Berlin. Most people know of the hotel for Michael Jackson's famous baby-dangling incident, but there is so much more incredible history about the hotel sitting just outside the Brandenburg Gate. The original hotel Adlon opened in 1907, but was mostly destroyed near the end of World War II. The hotel as it stands today opened in 1997, but is modeled after the original design. Our broadcast found its way to the Adlon for this year's annual Virtuoso Symposium. Virtuoso is one of the travel industry's leading networks. This organization includes more than 330 agencies with 7,200 advisors in 20 countries throughout North and South America, the Caribbean, Australia, and New Zealand. Every year, Virtuoso holds i
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Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Virtuoso CEO Mathew Upchurch
Mathew Upchurch, CEO of Virtuoso, joins Peter to chat about what they both agree is the hottest city in Europe right now: Berlin. They also discuss changes in the travel agency sphere, and where things are headed in the future.
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Virtuoso CEO Mathew Upchurch - Jun 11,2014
Mathew Upchurch, CEO of Virtuoso, joins Peter to chat about what they both agree is the hottest city in Europe right now: Berlin. They also discuss changes in the travel agency sphere, and where things are headed in the future.
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Monday, June 9, 2014
Bar Manager of the Hotel Adlon Kempinski
Franz Höckner, Bar Manager at the Hotel Adlon Kempinski, discloses his secrets about Michael Jackson's famous baby dangling stay. You'd never guess that there were 150 moonwalking doubles in the hotel with him! Franz is also a magician, and tells Peter how to win the famous nutshell game on the streets of Berlin.
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Bar Manager of the Hotel Adlon Kempinski - Jun 09,2014
Franz Höckner, Bar Manager at the Hotel Adlon Kempinski, discloses his secrets about Michael Jackson's famous baby dangling stay. You'd never guess that there were 150 moonwalking doubles in the hotel with him! Franz is also a magician, and tells Peter how to win the famous nutshell game on the streets of Berlin.
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Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Travel Today Atlanta Food & Wine Festival
This week's episode of Travel Today comes from the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. Highlighting the best of Southern food's newest influences. Joining Peter at the festival is Andera Reusing, owner of the Lantern, an Asian and Southern food fusion restaurant. Then Greenberg talks with Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran about fire safety his recruitment by President Obama to assist FEMA. Also, Greenberg sits down with Kristen Hard founder of the Atlanta Cacao Company talks about her journey to bring the best chocolate to her customers. Then he is joined by Steve McHugh who explains how his time in Wisconsin and New Orleans is still reflected through his menu. Then, festival co-founder Dominque Love talks about the vision of the festival and the educational atmosphere that they strive for at th
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Travel Today Atlanta Food & Wine Festival - Jun 04,2014
This week's episode of Travel Today comes from the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. Highlighting the best of Southern food's newest influences. Joining Peter at the festival is Andera Reusing, owner of the Lantern, an Asian and Southern food fusion restaurant. Then Greenberg talks with Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran about fire safety his recruitment by President Obama to assist FEMA. Also, Greenberg sits down with Kristen Hard founder of the Atlanta Cacao Company talks about her journey to bring the best chocolate to her customers. Then he is joined by Steve McHugh who explains how his time in Wisconsin and New Orleans is still reflected through his menu. Then, festival co-founder Dominque Love talks about the vision of the festival and the educational atmosphere that they strive for at th
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Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Chef Steve McHugh Owner of Cured
Chef Steve McHugh from San Antonio Texas joins Greenberg in Georgia for the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. The executive chef and owner of Cured talks about his Wisconsin roots and how cheese curds have made it onto his menu. He also talks about his New Orleans influences. After Hurricane Katrina, McHugh headed to Louisiana to help start a restaurant to boost the area's economy.
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Chef Steve McHugh Owner of Cured - Jun 03,2014
Chef Steve McHugh from San Antonio Texas joins Greenberg in Georgia for the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. The executive chef and owner of Cured talks about his Wisconsin roots and how cheese curds have made it onto his menu. He also talks about his New Orleans influences. After Hurricane Katrina, McHugh headed to Louisiana to help start a restaurant to boost the area's economy.
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Monday, June 2, 2014
Cacao Atlanta Chocolate Company Founder Kristen Hard
The Atlanta Cacao Company co-founder owner, Kristen Hard, joins Greenberg at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. Hard explains how her love of sailing lead her to a discovering an obsession for chocolate. As the first female bean to bar shop owner in the Continental United States, she strives to bring only the best quality product to her customers. One thing that initially dismayed customers was that she didn't carry milk chocolate in her store. Hear her thoughts on milk chocolate and what brings her to the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, on this segment of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.
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