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This Week: November 22, 2008

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November 22, 2008

Peter’s broadcasting from The Fontainebleau Miami Beach Resort in Miami Beach, Florida. Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio is bigger and better than ever, with three hours of travel news you can use, and of course, he’ll solve your problems live on the air!

Just call 888-88-PETER or email him at Peter@PeterGreenberg.com.


Hour 1
Wall Street Journal reporter and “Middle Seat” columnist Scott McCartney will share his wish list of how President-elect Obama should deal with America’s transportation issues.

Fontainebleau COO Howard C. Karawan shares the rich history of Fontainebleau over its many years and its grand re-opening. www.fontainebleau.com

Brian Harniman, executive vice president of Kayak.com chats about how the economic hardship will affect holiday travel.

Jane Wooldridge, travel editor for the Miami Herald about the state of the cruise industry today.

Hour 2

Miami Beach Mayor Matti Herrera Bower will join Peter in the Fontainebleau to talk about how Miami Beach is expected to change and grow over the next several years.

Seth Bramson, Miami’s chief historian and life-long resident will describe the Miami Beach that Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. helped to build.

CruiseCritic.com’s Editor in Chief Carolyn Spencer Brown will give us invaluable tips on how to be smart about your cruise plans in these tough economic times

Hour 3

Sean O’Neill from Budget Travel and Ellen Howe, VP of Administration for the Transportation Security Administration, join together to help understand just what these new body scanning machines reveal—and if new technology keeps in step with privacy.

Dr. Paul George, resident historian for Historical Museum of Southern Florida will share stories about the people, architecture and different regions of Miami Beach.

Charles Veley, titled the “Most-Traveled Person” in the world begins his bi-weekly series of travel tips and experiences around the world.

And finally Sabrina Diaz, park ranger for Florida’s Everglades, Biscayne and Dry Tortugas National Parks, will tell us the unique and wonderful animals and experiences to be had!

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