Archive for April, 2010
Arizona’s controversial new immigration policy is hitting close to home. A concerned reader recently wrote to Peter wondering why he would “promote tourism” to Arizona by broadcasting his radio show from Phoenix. Here’s what Peter had to say about the subject:
An oil spill the size of Jamaica in the Gulf of Mexico is threatening to ruin fragile ecosystems and billion-dollar tourism industries in Louisiana, Alabama, Texas, Mississippi, and Florida. The massive oil slick began washing ashore on the Louisiana coast on Friday and traces of oil have also shown up along the Mississippi Delta. The [...]
On Saturday, April 3, Peter broadcast his radio show from the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort in Destin, Florida. Check out the guests from the show here. Listen to the show online here: Hour 1 Hour 2 Hour 3 For more destination information, check out our Ask the Locals Travel Guide: Destin, Florida. On Saturday, [...]
It’s one thing to visit a popular museum or art gallery. But if you want a really special experience, why not get access to a private collection?
Trust us, a traveling mom who craves adventure doesn’t want another bottle of perfume this year. With Mother’s Day just around the corner, gadget guru Phil Baker shares some of his top tech-inspired gifts for moms on the go. Take a look at the new Lumix DMC-ZS7. It takes terrific images, both stills and [...]
On May 1, 2010, Peter Greenberg Worldwide will be live from the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, Arizona. That’s right–just two weeks after going live from beneath a cloud of volcanic ash in the UK, Peter will be coming to listeners from the state that’s been dominating travel news this week: Arizona. Featured guests from the [...]
Is the passenger bill of rights finally here? New rules go in to effect today restricting how long a plane can sit on a runway. The government will begin handling out big fines to airlines for tarmac waits of more than three hours. The rules will give the flying public more options, but some airlines [...]
As Peter always says, it pays to be a contrarian traveler. And that even applies when talking about ancient ruins! The fact is, there are some exceptional collections of ancient Roman ruins…outside of Rome.