Archive for October, 2008
If you have a short layover in a city, whether it’s between flights, waiting for a train, or waiting to board a cruise ship, here are some ways to store you luggage while you do some sightseeing.
The long-planned merger between Delta and Northwest airlines was officially approved Wednesday by U.S. Department of Justice officials, clearing the way for the two companies to team up to become the world’s largest airline. The deal was under scrutiny for six months by anti-trust regulators at the DOJ who were investigating whether the merger would [...]
Los Angeles may be known for its movie stars and year-round sunshine, but there’s also a dark side to the city. Over the past century, many headline-grabbing murders have taken place in the City of Angels. From the mysterious death of the Black Dahlia, to the less-mysterious murder of Nicole Brown, Los Angeles is brewing [...]
November 1, 2008 Peter is broadcasting from the Big Easy this weekend! He’ll be talking travel from the Harrah’s New Orleans Hotel & Casino. Roger Dow, President of Travel Industry Association, looks ahead and will talk about how economy and travel will fare over the next several months. Robert Florence, historian and tour guide for [...]
You listen to the full show from Peter’s broadcast on October 25, 2008 from Westfield, New Jersey. Guests include New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez, authors Mark Moran, Mark Sceurman, Deborah Sharp, and Patricia Martinelli, museum director Mark Albin, journalist Rebecca Ruiz, and packing expert Mary McAlpine. Click more for a complete description and clips from [...]
Long road trips can be boring if you only get to see the side of the highway. So here are some resources to help you plan your trip in advance so you don’t waste fuel and time driving around looking for things to do.
First there was the National Museum of Pasta, then there was the International Museum of Film & Entertainment (though a better Italian translation might be Cinema & Show Business). And don’t forget the Roman Aqueduct Museum (not actually in Rome). And just in case you thought there weren’t enough weird specialty museums in Italy to [...]
Halloween is just around the corner, which means it’s time to round up the USA’s scariest, spookiest, ookiest hotels. Peter took to the Today show to tell Amy Robach about some of the country’s most haunted hotels. The list covers some of America’s most historic hotels, as well as some newly-reopened gems. As an added [...]