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Radio Guest List–The Benjamin, New York–February 23, 2013

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This week Robert Reid, the US Travel Editor for Lonely Planet, joins Peter to reveal his 44 travel rules that you won’t hear anywhere else. Peter in turn shares a few of his personal travel rules. Plus, he looks at the current headlines including the fallout of the American Airlines merger and the Carnival Triumph fiasco.

Broadcasting from Midtown New York at The Benjamin, Peter is joined by some of the city best-known personalities including The National Executive Chef Paul Corsentino, Serious Eats editor Max Falkowitz, hotelier Chrissy Denihan O’Donovan, and pet expert Wendy Diamond.

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Featured guests include:

Mark Orwoll, international editor at Travel + Leisure, examines the continued fallout from the Carnival Triumph.

Wendy Diamond, entrepreneur and pet lifestyle expert, discusses how we can improve animal travel.

Max Falkowitz, editor of Serious Eats: New York, tracks down ethnic restaurants in off-the-beaten path locations.

Robert Reid, US travel editor for Lonely Planet, shares his 44 travel rules that he believes nobody else will tell you.

Seth Kugel, Frugal Traveler for the New York Times, explores some hidden gem eateries in Queens.

Chrissy Denihan O’Donovan, granddaughter of Benjamin J. Denihan, breaks down the history of the Benjamin Hotel.

Michelle Byrd, co-president for Games for Change, introduces Half the Sky Movement: The Game.

Paul Corsentino, executive chef at the National Bar + Dining Room in Benjamin Hotel, chronicles the history of the National Bar & Dining Room and how food is sourced.

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