Would you believe there’s something called the Titanic II in the works? Peter gets the latest cruise news this week on his radio show, plus he checks in with aviation expert Mike Boyd and talks hotel customer satisfaction with Travel Weekly‘s Arnie Weissmann. Plus he investigates the local flavor of North Carolina’s Crystal Coast from the chefs, naturalists and historians on the ground.
Tune into Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio this weekend, coming to you from The Grand Villas on North Carolina’s Crystal Coast.
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Arnie Weissmann, editor in chief of Travel Weekly, discusses the fine line between customer satisfaction and money-saving measures at hotels.
Nicholas Jackson, digital editorial director of Outside magazine, talks about his love of the great outdoors and shares the best ways to experience it.
Harriet Welty Rochefort, author of the new book Joie de Vivre: Secrets of Wining, Dining, and Romancing Like the French, provides insight into the culture that makes the French way of life so unique.
Allen Monroe, director at North Carolina Aquariums, shares some fun facts and interesting stories about what makes the aquariums so great.
Mike Boyd, chairman of Boyd Group International, discusses what the aviation industry has in store for the upcoming year.
Luke Maguire, executive chef of Amos Mosquito’s, shares his signature dish as well as his dedication to preparing “clean cuisine.”
Michaela Guzy, founder of OhThePeopleYouMeet.com, tells us about all of the new travel sites that have been popping up on the web.
Dan Askin, news editor at Cruise Critic, shares the latest interesting stories coming out of the cruise industry, including the plans for Titanic II.
Wouter Ketel, management assistant and chief of interpretation at Cape Lookout National Seashore, explains the best ways to explore Cape Lookout.
Patricia Suggs, executive director of the Beaufort Historical Association, shares the charm of Beaufort and the intrigue of the Old Burying Ground.
By Alex Francis for PeterGreenberg.com