This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show comes from the Farol Hotel in Cascais, Portugal. The hotel, which stands upon the shoreline of of the Estoril Coast, overlooks the ocean and the city of Cascais, a former fishing town, now complete with restaurants and shops. Joining Peter Greenberg will be Curriculum Vitae and Historian Mr.Bernardo de Sá-Nogueira sharing common misconceptions about Portugal and its medieval history. Mr. João de Bragança, President of ACREDITAR, Association of Friends and Parents of Children with Cancer, joins the show to talk about the organization and how volunteers can make a difference for children with cancer. Sandro Pimenta, Head Bartender/Mixologist at Farol Hotel, shares his experience with the London bar scene and why Cascais has a drinking background. There’s all of this and more as the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show comes to you from the Farol Hotel in Cascais, Portugal.
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Mr.Bernardo de Sá-Nogueira, Curriculum Vitae and Historian, shares some common misconceptions about Portugal and its medieval history.
Mr. João de Bragança, President of ACREDITAR, Association of Friends and Parents of Children with Cancer, joins the show to talk about the organization and how volunteers make a difference for children with cancer.
Sandro Pimenta, Head Bartender/Mixologist at Farol Hotel, explains how Cascais has a drinking background and gives an account of his experiences with the London bar scene.
Scott McCartney, Travel Editor for The Wall Street Journal, breaks down the effectiveness of airfare predictors and whether or not the TSA’s plan for holiday travel will work.
Patrick Smith, Author of Cockpit Confidential: Everything You Need to Know About Air Travel, shares his insight into the recent and tragic Colombia crash.
Lucy Symons, Reporter for Green Traveler, joins the show to share why the holidays are a great time for traveling in London and discloses the most recent deals to expect during the holidays.
MARIZA, International Fado Singer, stops by to share her story as a Fado singer—how it all started and the details on how she has come so far.
Anne Banas, Travel Editor at BBC.Com and BBC Worldwide, explains why the Portuguese are okay with not always being happy and embracing that feeling, unlike cultures in other countries, including the U.S.
Kelsey Blodget, Editor for Oyster.com, shares what travelers need to know if they get stranded or delayed over the holidays.
Mrs Cristina de Botton, Director of “Cozinha Com Alma,” drops by the show to share how the program works, the importance of volunteers, and how many are saved from hunger as a result of helping.
Mrs. Katia Guerreiro, Fado Singer, gives details on the poetry that inspires her singing and what separates Fado from other kinds of singing.
By Kandice Martellaro for PeterGreenberg.com