What’s the best way to save on your data plan while traveling abroad? Do men and women have different habits and preferences on the road? What are the staple foods in the London diet ? This weekend, Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio travels to London, broadcasting from the historic May Fair Hotel.
Click here to listen to the show streaming live from 10 am until 1 pm ET on Saturday, December 15, 2012.
Scott McCartney, travel editor for the Wall Street Journal, enters the battle of the sexes with his report on how men and women behave and react differently on the road.
Sean O’Neill, travel writer for BBC Travel based on London, talks about the benefits and options available for renting Wi-Fi hotspots from companies while traveling outside your data plan.
Julie Falconer, London-based travel writer and consultant, shares some of her favorite lesser-known places, items, and events she’s seen throughout the European Union.
Professor Deborah Landis, Hollywood costume designer, talks about the new Victoria and Albert Museum’s Hollywood Costume exhibit and The May Fair’s partnership package.
Robert Reid, Lonely Planet travel editor, goes through his list of the best places to travel in 2013 spanning Europe, Asia, South America, Africa, and even an unexpected U.S. destination.
Anthony Lee, GM of The May Fair, talking about what it means to run a five-star property and what sets this one apart in the heart of London.
Max Shearer, executive chef at Quince at The May Fair, talks about the must-try menu items, interesting winter ingredients and his favorite London foods.
Sarah Janssen, senior editor for The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2013, shares just a few of the offbeat travel news stories and statistics in the latest edition.
Marios Elias, bar manager at The May Fair, talks about the inspiration behind the hotel’s Cigar Room design and demonstrates how the broad inventory is selected.
Scott Roberts, owner of The Salt Lick in Driftwood, Texas, will speak about how his barbecue joint has become a Texas mainstay and his book of family recipes.
By Alex Thurnher for PeterGreenberg.com