It’s been part of the Long Beach, California, skyline since 1967, when The Queen Mary made her last ocean voyage and then docked permanently in California. The Queen Mary is now a historic hotel with 346 rooms. It’s full of great history, personalities, and of course…ghosts. And that’s where Peter is broadcasting from this week where he’ll be joined by everyone from ship historians to the fire chief of Long Beach.
Also on board: Hugo Martin, business writer for the Los Angeles Times, with some important strategy about how to get an airline’s attention — to get what you need — using social media. George Hobica, the founder of AirfareWatchdog, gives us the latest on the good, bad and ugly about airfare refunds. And, of course, Peter will report on the most recent state of the cruise industry. All that and more, on this week’s edition of Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio.
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