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Radio Guest List—The Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado, California—February 18, 2017

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hotel delThis week the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the Hotel Del Coronado, in Coronado, San Diego County, California. The hotel, now designated a National Historic Landmark, has played host to eleven U.S. presidents and was the filming location for Marilyn Monroe’s famed movie Some Like It Hot. The Wall Street Journal’s Travel Editor Scott McCartney joins Peter to talk about the growing problem of service animals on airlines and hotel guests losing control of their thermostats. Troy Johnson, Food Editor of San Diego Magazine, chats about San Diego’s up-and-coming food scene, the thousands of farms in the area, and the rigors of eating professionally. “Gnarly Neal,” owner of Gnarly Neal’s Ocean Instruction, hangs ten with Peter, talking about modern advances in surf boards, the older generation of students coming to learn to ride waves, and the shipwreck that’s visible from the hotel during low tide. There’s all that and more when the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the Hotel Del Coronado in Coronado, San Diego County, California.

Click here to listen to the show streaming live from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. ET on Saturday, February 18, 2017.

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Scott McCartney, Travel Editor for The Wall Street Journal, talks about the growing problem of service animals on airlines and hotel guests losing control of their thermostats.

Hugo Martin, Business Writer for the Los Angeles Times, opens up about all things Cuba and airlines finally learning to handle their baggage.

Arnie Weissman, Editor-in-Chief of Travel Weekly, discusses the industry-wide ramifications of President Trump’s travel ban.

Jessica Cline, Publisher of Modern Luxury San Diego Magazine, talks about San Diego society, its airport, and Mission 19 in Tijuana.

Troy Johnson, Food Editor of San Diego Magazine and TV Personality, chats about San Diego’s up-and-coming food scene, the thousands of farms in the area, and the rigors of eating professionally.

Sally Zoll, Chief Executive Officer of United Through Reading, speaks about her organization uniting thousands of service families a year through reading.

“Gnarly Neal,” of Gnarly Neal’s Ocean Instruction, hangs ten with Peter, talking about the advances in surf boards, the older generation of students coming to learn to surf, and the shipwreck that’s visible from the hotel during low tide.

By Mara Marski for PeterGreenberg.com

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