Travel Today with Peter Greenberg

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.


Travel Today With Peter Greenberg — Hotel Del Coronado, San Diego, California  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the legendary Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, San Diego County, California. Joining Peter will be Travel WeeklyEditor-in-Chief Arnie Weissman will discuss the fallout from President Trump’s executive order and the travel “ban” applying to passport holders from seven different countries. Hugo Martin from the Los Angeles Times will talk about airlines cutting back on flights to Cuba—and some good news about lost/misplaced airline luggage. Troy Johnson, Food Editor of San Diego Magazine, will speak about the culinary explosion in San Diego, which has more than 4,700 local farms in the area, some of his favorite secret restaurants, and a food revolution just south of the border in Tijuana. Scott McCartney of The Wall Street Journal will talk about the growing problem of emotional support animals on planes, and the tyranny of hotel room thermostats. Sally Zoll, CEO of United Through Reading, will discuss her nonprofit’s amazing work with military service families, and the art of long distance storytelling to unite thousands of families. We’ll also talk about surf lessons with “Gnarley” Neal, a legendary wave rider who teaches at the hotel. There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Hotel del Coronado—the same hotel where they shot Some Like it Hot featuring Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon, and Tony Curtis.

Travel Today With Peter Greenberg — Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, Reno, Nevada  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino in Reno Tahoe USA. Joining Peter will be Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve to discuss the growth of the “biggest little city” and how they’ve done it sustainably; Costas Christ, Editor-at-Large for National Geographic Magazine, talks about what it really means to be an eco-tourist. Writer John Tyson discusses the wild western culture that’s still so much a part of Reno’s scene. Paul Brady of Condé Nast Traveler weighs in on President Trump’s executive order banning travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries and the greater long-term impacts. Reno Fire Chief Dave Cochran shares some of his favorite secret dining spots around town. One surprise: a technical report on thermal energy and how it runs Peppermill! There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino in Reno, Nevada.

Travel Today With Peter Greenberg — Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah UAE  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah UAE, one of the United Arab Emirates. Located on the east side of the Arabian Gulf, Ras al-Khaimah—which means “top of the tent” in Arabic—constitutes just three percent of the total UAE, but is well worth a visit. Nicholla Henderson Hall, a UK expat, weighs in with a firsthand report on life in RAK, overall safety, and what it’s like traveling as a woman in and throughout the Emirates. Ahmed Hilal, Resident Archeologist at the Department of the Antiquities and Museums Government of Ras al-Khaimah, discusses the continuing excavation and restoration projects in RAK and the preservation of the heritage of the UAE. Chief Operating Officer of Ras Al Khaimah Properties Public Joint Stock Company, Mohammed Al Tair, talks about the role of RAK Properties in shaping the lifestyle of residents of the United Arab Emirates. There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Waldorf Astoria in Ras al-Khaimah, one of the United Arab Emirates. 

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--the Marriott Syracuse Downtown  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Syracuse, New York and the restored Marriott Syracuse Downtown. The hotel dates back to 1924 and is a great example of how to maintain and preserve a piece of history. Joining Peter Greenberg will be, Author of The Soul of Central New York, who shares the hidden history of Syracuse. Speaking of history, Frank Barrows, Superintendent of Fort Stanwix National Monument and overseeing Harriet Tubman Monument, talks about a side of Harriet Tubman that many of us do not know about, and how her efforts differ from those of Frederick Douglass. And Gregg Tripoli, Executive Director for the Onondaga Historical Association, shares the history of the Onondaga Lake, along with Philip Arnold, Associate Professor of Religion S.U. & Director of the Skä•noñh - Great Law of Peace Center, who shares the history of the Onondaga Indians and the impact that the group of Native American tribe Haudenosaunee (people of the Long House) have had on the formation of the United States as we know it. There is all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the legendary Marriott Syracuse Downtown in Syracuse, New York.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--Casa de Campo  

This week Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic. Joining Peter Greenberg will be Ilana Benady, expat and author of The Dominican Republic Culture Smart: The Essential Guide to Customs and Culture, giving a history of the Domincan Republic and even some secrets about her favorite food—eggplant. There’s all that and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--Cayman Cookout 2017  

This week Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the ninth annual Cayman Cookout 2017 at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. This gathering of the uber chefs on the beach — Anthony Bourdain, Eric Ripert, José Andrés, and many others is always a sellout because this isn’t just demonstration cooking by celebrity chefs, but participatory gastronomy. Joining Peter will be cookout founder and Michelin-starred Eric Ripert, as well as author and Cayman legend Suzy Soto. There’s all that and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from the Cayman Cookout at The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--The Newseum, Washington, D.C.  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Newseum in Washington, D.C.—the amazing interactive museum dedicated to the history, the execution, the challenges, and the legends of the fourth estate (not to mention the first amendment). Joining Peter Greenberg is legendary CBS Correspondent Bill Plante, who talks about his remarkable 52-year career at the network, and his travels along the way—from covering civil rights in Selma, Alabama, the war in Vietnam, his years as the White House correspondent for the network, and many other points in between. Carrie Christoffersen, Curator of the Newseum’s “Louder than Words” exhibit, talks about the fascinating combination of music icons of the 60s and 70s, their lyrics, and how they reflected American history—all in the context of the five freedoms of the first amendment. There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--Out To Sea  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg returns to the sea, with a look at ships (ocean liners, cruise ships, riverboats) and ports. Peter Knego, Cruise Journalist and Historian, talks about the R.M.S. Queen Mary and other famous cruise ships of the past, with stories of some of the legendary personalities who sailed—and in some cases lived full time—on the ships. Julie Bartolotto, Executive Director of the Historical Society of Long Beach, talks about about the fascinating history of Long Beach, especially the port. Then it’s on to the Mississippi, with the American Queen‘s “Riverlorian” Jerry Hay. It’s all about storytelling, and Hay claims that while historians have to stick to the truth, riverlorians often weave a tall tale into their stories. Some of the truths of the Mississippi are that there were river pirates. Mark Twain gave the river international notoriety, and although most people know Mark Twain was not his real name, many are unaware he borrowed the pseudonym from someone else. Frequent cruiser, Gene Sloan of USA TODAY, talks about sailing on more than 100 cruise ships. Frank J. Del Rio, President and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line, talks about the evolution of the cruise industry (some would call it a revolution) and how the market is starting to shift to China. There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg goes out to sea for our last show of 2016. Happy New Year everyone!

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--No Fear For The Holidays  

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg is all about "No Fear For The Holidays" featuring some of our favorite guests. We focus on the message that the worst four-letter word in travel, FEAR, should not dictate travel plans. The Mayor of Amman, Jordan, H.E. Mayor Akel Biltaji, Roger Dow of the United States Travel Association, and Elaine Sciolino of The New York Times, join me to discuss travel safety concerns—and give their take on different situations around the world. There's all of this and more on this week's episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg about "No Fear For The Holidays."

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--Volaris  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from both Tijuana and Guadalajara in Mexico. We’ll be profiling one of the largest airlines in Mexico — an airline that flies to many U.S. cities and one that is probably not on your radar: Volaris. We’ll also talk about HOW they fly and the cross border express, an innovative bridge between San Diego, California, and the Tijuana airport. Enrique Beltranena, CEO of Volaris, will discuss the dynamic of Mexican travel and the country’s huge bus network, and how his airline matched bus fares and now flies to underserved airports in both Mexico and the U.S. We’ll also discuss the history of mural art in Guadalajara. There’s all this and more when Travel Today with Peter Greenberg reports from the cross border express and flies between Tijuana, Guadalajara and the U.S.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--Farol Hotel, Cascais, Portugal  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Farol Hotel on the Atlantic coast in Cascais, Portugal. Joining Peter Greenberg will be Mr.Bernardo de Sá-Nogueira, who shares some common misconceptions about Portugal anew a few tales of its fascinating medieval history and heritage. Then, legendary fado superstar MARIZA stops by to tell her colorful personal story as well as the story of this unique art form—and then sticks around for a surprise performance. There’s all of this and more whenTravel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Hotel Farol in Cascais, Portugal.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--Newark Liberty International Airport  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Newark Liberty International Airport, which is launching United’s first nonstop service between Newark and Havana, Cuba.  United executive Stephen Morrissey, who is in charge of regulatory policy, will explain how Cuba-U.S. negotiations produced the Newark to Havana route, and the challenges the airline faced in the process. Greg Geronemus, Co-CEO of smarTours, talks about the changing nature of Cuban tourism for Americans, the infrastructure challenges (hotel rooms, transportation, and even bathrooms) for what is expected to be an explosion of U.S. travelers. Laura Redman from Condé Nast Traveler discusses the rapid changes on the ground, in the air, and on the water in the once-forbidden destination. There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Newark Liberty International Airport.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--Bowie's Tavern in Natchez, Mississippi  

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you on Thanksgiving weekend from a true oasis in Mississippi—Natchez. The charming river town is celebrating its tricentennial—with the best preserved antebellum architecture anywhere, and a hub for culture, music, and history.  How about a mayor who won with 91 percent of the vote? Darryl Grennell stops by to talk about the rich history of Natchez and how it has shaped the area today. Also joining us is US Parks Superintendent Kathleen Bond to talk about the story of Natchez historical park. The New York Times bestselling author Greg Isles discusses his newest book, Mississippi Blood, and the influence Natchez has had on so many of his stories. But let’s not forget rum—Natchez is now distilling some pretty amazing stuff, and Jean-Luc Charboneau explains how that happened, and talks about the boom in artisanal distilling throughout the United States. There’s all of that and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Natchez, Mississippi.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris, France  

This week Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Hotel Plaza Athénée in Paris. Joining me will be Elaine Sciolino from The New York Times with a situation report on the year after the Paris nightclub shooting and what travelers need to know about Paris. Sciolino's new book, The Only Street in Paris: Life on the Rue des Martyrs is a great place to start. Laurant Poncelet, Concierge at Hotel Plaza Athénée, shares some of the more unusual requests he’s received from guests, from baby lions to a charter jet flight in search of a kilo of white truffles. Catherine Down, Cio Down Editor and American Expat, will talk about secret French cheese and how to find them. Othman nasrou, Vice-président de la Région Île-de-France, takes on the topic of the decline of tourism after the terrorist attacks and how smart travelers can benefit. There's all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Hotel Plaza Athénée in Paris.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--The Dorchester, London, England  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from The Dorchester Hotel in London. What will a Trump presidency mean for the travel industry? And what will it mean for your travels? Joining me will be Simon Calder, Travel Editor for The Independent, on the effects on travel after Brexit and how the U.S. dollar is now king. Martin Burrell, The Dorchester’s go-to man about London theatre, with an insiders view on the top London plays right now, and the dynamics of the London theatre scene. Another insider, Philip Hammond, the Designer Florist at The Dorchester, on the unknown story of what flowers wont work at the hotel for at least one guest and why roses are the hotel’s secret guest satisfaction weapon. Also stopping by, Steve King, Editor-at-Large forCondé Nast Traveler. All that and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the legendary Dorchester in London.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--F.X. Matt Brewing Company, Oneida County  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Oneida County in central New York and the legendary F.X. Matt Brewery in Utica. Ed Brophy, Executive Director of the International Boxing Hall of Fame, talks about the history of boxing in Central New York and how that history is celebrated at the Boxing Hall of Fame, with a few surprises, including “the ring.” Cooperstown is only 45 minutes away from Utica, and Craig Muder from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum stops by to reveal some of the hidden gems at the hall of fame, not to mention what will now be on display from the Chicago Cubs’ historic victory in game 7 of the world series. Bethan Maher from the Adirondack Scenic Railroad talks about this historic train and Bill Switzer from the New York State Canal Corporation discusses the history of the Erie canal. And finally, Nick Matt Sr., a legacy brewer and owner of the F.X. Matt Brewing Company, talks about some of the little-known lagers—not to mention Peter’s favorite—Root Beer. There’s all that and more when Travel Today with Peter Greenberg coms from Oneida County, New York.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--The Harley-Davidson Museum, Milwaukee, WI  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a city with ten miles of incredible lakefront and 111 locally owned downtown restaurants. The city that beer made famous is much more than that, with a great cultural renaissance and one of my all time favorite bookstores. Joining me will be Bobby Tanzilo, Editor of OnMilwaukee, with his favorite off-the-brochure locations and one special underwater secret about the city. Jim Fricke, Curator for the Harley-Davidson Museum on the wild and crazy collection of motorcycles, going back to 1903, with some real surprises. Milwaukee isn’t just about beer, they’re distilling gin, vodka, and even absinthe along the shores of Lake Michigan. Ted Perry FOX 6 Anchor, talks about his days at the University of Wisconsin and how he was once the actual mascot, Bucky Badger, for the football team, and he shares the wild story of how he got fired. Kathleen Ehley, Mayor of Wauwatosa, and a Harley rider, talks about her cross-country motorcycle rides. Also, Historian John Gurda talks about the great and little-known neighborhoods of Milwaukee.  There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--Amman, Jordan.  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Amman, Jordan. Joining Peter will be H.R.H Princess Alia Al Hussein, who talks about her special animal rescue program and how she is saving lions, bears, and even hyenas in Jordan. She also explains what the Princess Alia Foundation is doing to combat the worldwide problem of poaching. His excellency Akel Biltaji, the mayor of Amman, talks about the transformation of his city, technological innovation, and the explosion in world class (and traditional) cuisine. Amman is considered the city of brotherly love—yes, its sister city is Philadelphia. Raja Gargour, Director of the Royal Automobile Museum discusses his unique historical collection, his one-of-a-kind vehicles, and the move to build a separate museum for military hardware. Nabil Tarazi, Manager of Feynan Ecolodge, talks about the unique unconnected approach to the environment and what he’s doing to directly benefit local communities. There’s all of that and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Amman, Jordan.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--The InterContinental Barclay, New York  

This week Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from the historic InterContinental Barclay hotel in New York. Then, a look at a hotel reborn, with Donald Miller, New York City Historian and Author of Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern America. Herve Houdre, the GM of the InterContinenal Barclay on how he turned the original 1926 property into a true model for the environment, following the United Nations sustainable goals and implementing a few of his own. Ever hear of Repeat Roses? You should. CEO Jennifer Grove shares her passion for turning would-be waste into gifts of beauty for those who need it most. There's all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the InterContinental Barclay in New York.

Travel Today with Peter Greenberg--The Ritz Carlton, Tyson's Corner, McLean, VA  

This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from McLean, Virginia and the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner—a hotel celebrating its 25th birthday. Joining Peter will be legendary chefs Jose Andres and Christian Clair from the Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico. We will also be joined by Larry Olmstead, Author of Real Food, Fake Food, who will discuss the growing intentional mislabeling of food—and what you really need to know before you go out to eat. There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner.

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