Want to learn how to prevent your luggage from being stolen? Can travel review sites be trusted? And what on earth would inspire someone to run 12 marathons in 12 cities…blindfolded?
Find out all this plus everything you want to know about travel in Seattle, Washington when Peter broadcasts his radio show from The Westin Seattle in downtown Seattle, Washington.
Just click here to listen to the show streaming live from 10 am until 1 pm ET on Saturday March 17, 2012.
Have a travel question? Then ask Peter. Call 888-88-PETER (888-88-383), email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or tweet your questions to @petersgreenberg (include #askPeter). Peter will be standing by to take your calls on Monday March 19 at 6pm (ET).
Jake Haupert, founder of EverGreen Escapes, outlines the criteria for a great adventure and unearths the hidden gems of Seattle.
Mark Murphy, entrepreneur and author of Travel Unscripted, considers whether or not you can trust travel review sites.
Tracy Robinson, director of the Seattle Center Foundation, discusses the 50th anniversary of the World’s Fair in Seattle.
Mark Orwoll, international editor of Travel + Leisure, gives advice on how to avoid luggage theft.
David Boardman, executive editor of the Seattle Times, recounts the 114-year legacy of his publication and his own history in the city.
Tom Douglas, chef and owner of 13 restaurants, tells the story of what brought him to Seattle and what made him stay.
Dr. Pepper Schwartz, relationship expert and Professor of Sociology at University of Washington, discusses her latest travels and her work on PerfectMatch.com.
Bryce Seidel, director of the Pacific Science Center, speaks about the Tutankhamun: The Golden King and The Great Pharaohs exhibit coming to Seattle.
EJ Scott, improvisational comedian who is losing his sight to choroideremia, explains why he’s running a marathon every month in a different state—blindfolded.
Kristen Gill, travel photographer and contributor to WanderlustandLipstick.com, shares secrets of the Seattle night scene, as well as outdoor excursions and more.
By Cedar Attanasio for PeterGreenberg.com