Have you ever wondered how colleges get their massive teams (sometimes with students who are a massive size) across the country? The Weekly Standard‘s David Devoss gives an inside look on how colleges transport their sports teams. Then, Peter talks with Eric Rosen, managing editor of The Points Guy, about the latest changes to frequent flyer programs and how to get the most out of your travel rewards.
Plus, learn Peter’s philosophy of real books versus e-books, and discover some of the best rafting and surfing destinations in the world . Find out more when Peter Greenberg broadcasts his radio show from Marina del Rey, California.
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Richard Bangs, adventure traveler, talks about the many places around the world he has rafted as the co-founder of what is now Mountain Travel Sobek.
Eric Rosen, managing editor of The Points Guy, discusses how frequent flyer programs have evolved in 2014 and how to play the game to maximize your miles.
Natalie Compagno, owner of the Traveler’s Bookcase bookstore, explains the importance of reading travel books and putting away the e-reader when you travel. Plus, she updates on on the latest Luxe Lavs reports, co-written with Angela Fairhurst, on the world’s best hotel bathrooms.
David Devoss, writer for The Weekly Standard, talks about college athletics and the travel necessities and issues involved with team travel.
Eric Hiss, freelance travel writer, tells us about his adventures through Tahiti and how anyone can travel affordably–even on an island that seems far-flung and expensive.