How resort fees work—and don't work—and what changes could come in the future: http://ow.ly/Q3nvB
Precautions airports are now taking during disease outbreaks—and how you can stay on top of health alerts: http://ow.ly/Q3IM6
crossings between Southhampton and New York.
Joining Peter will be Carnival Cruise Line Chairman Arnold Donald to talk about the company's recent announcement of cruises next year between the U.S. and Havana. NBC correspondent Kerry Sanders on his latest travels; Ship Historian John Langley, on the 175th anniversary of Cunard and its fascinating history; the Wall Street Journal's Scott Mccartney weighs in on the latest battles between airlines and online travel agencies, and Travel Weekly editor in Chief Arnie Weissmann on the continuing delays (and legal issues) on the largest construction project in the history of the caribbean, Bahamar.
And The Dallas Morning News cruise columnist David Molyneaux stops by and elaborates on the rich culture (and some class distinctions) on-board the QM2. All this and more when Peter Greenberg worldwide broadcasts from Brooklyn New York on board the Queen Mary 2.
Tune in on Saturday starting at 10 a.m. ET: http://ow.ly/PFogW
Check out the guest list:http://petergreenberg.com/…/radio-guest-list-queen-mary-2-…/
How to keep your home better protected while you're away: http://ow.ly/PXVj4
Peter Greenberg is America’s most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist.
He is Travel Editor for CBS News, appearing on CBS This Morning, CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley, and CBS Sunday Morning, among other broadcast platforms.
He is the consummate insider when it comes to reporting the travel business as news. No other journalist brings his level of expertise and extensive experience to the travel process. An Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter and producer, Peter was named one of the most influential people in the travel by Travel Weekly, along with Al Gore, Bill Marriott and Richard Branson.