Archive for May, 2009
If you’ve been jetting around the world and haven’t had time to check in on PeterGreenberg.com every day (we forgive you), this post should help catch you up on what you’ve missed. After all, the world moves fast, and the world of travel often moves even faster … A swine flu outbreak on board an [...]
Peter broadcast his show from the new Hotel Palomar, a Kimpton hotel in Atlanta Midtown. We checked in with some of his local guests to find out their favorite hangouts and other “pockets of funk” in the city, from the best burger joint to some of the coolest blues in the nation. So check out what [...]
Taking a scenic drive is one thing, but why not travel a route that has some history? Check out these planning tools for your next historic family road trip.
Whether it’s new airline startups or the radical changes in older airlines, PeterGreenberg.com has the air news you can use. A new startup airline called Jet America has announced plans to offer flights for as low as $9 each way when it launches in July. The low-cost Clearwater, Florida-based carrier will initially serve cities in [...]
It’s probably a safe bet that when the late Danish architect Jorn Utzon first conceived of the multi-sailed structure that would become the Sydney Opera House, he never imagined that his ambitious vision would turn into another artist’s masterpiece. But that’s exactly what happened at dusk on Tuesday night, when internationally renowned music producer Brian [...]
On May 30th, Peter broadcast his radio show from the new Hotel Palomar in Atlanta Midtown. If you’d like more information about the guests, as well as details on their interviews right, it’s here on PeterGreenberg.com. So check out some of the highlights from the show:
Sure, hotel options range from high- to low-end, from cookie-cutter to unique digs in almost every city. But for those who prefer some history with their stay, why not check into a hotel that that embraces its past? Repurposed hotels are housed in buildings with a story, often incorporating quirky elements that pay homage to [...]
Useful travel gear can save a lot of hassle, but they can also be pricey. But it’s actually possible to find handy gadgets for $50 or less.