This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide comes to you from the most requested travel destination in the world: Las Vegas, Nevada. More specifically, we are at Hotel 32 on top of MGM’s Monte Carlo Hotel on the Vegas Strip. We’re joined by former White House correspondent and current Vegas insider, Rich Johnson, who takes us off the strip and into some of Vegas’ secret hot spots.
The Wall Street Journal‘s Scott McCarthy has some good news about your luggage the next time you hit the road, and we learn about Vegas’ newest cocktails from Craig Schoettler, renowned mixologist at ARIA. All that and more when we broadcast from Hotel 32.
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Kelly Carter, author of The Dog Lover’s Guide to Travel, takes us through her best practices when it comes to traveling with your four-legged friends.
Johnny Kats, with the Las Vegas Sun, talks about what’s new in Las Vegas including the new MGM arena and the opening of Hotel 32, a semi-secret spot atop the Monte Carlo.
Scott McCartney, Wall Street Journal travel writer, shares good news about your luggage for the next time you travel.
Richard Walden, founder of Operation USA, never set out to launch a relief organization. He certainly did not think that 34 years later, the organization he founded almost by accident would have delivered over $350 million in aid to no less than 100 countries. Hear his story and learn more about the places around the world that are in need of your help.
Craig Schoettler, famed ARIA mixologist, tells us about the trends in Las Vegas cocktails and beer.
Stephen Gruner, life long concierge, takes you inside the lives of the rich and famous in Las Vegas.
Sabrina Sabbagh, Fox News radio reporter, quit her job and is now traveling around the world on $60 a day. Find out where she’s been, where she’s going, and why maybe this isn’t the adventure for just anyone.
Chef Matthias Merges, Chef of Yusho, explains how he’s brought Japanese Street food to Las Vegas. He also shares some of his favorite restaurants in town.
By Tina Nole for PeterGreenberg.com