Joining us is George Hobica from Airfarewatchdog.com to talk about why it’s never a good idea to be rude on a plane. Also joining us is Roger Dow, CEO and President of the U.S. Travel Association, to discuss the Pope’s recent U.S. visit. Also, we’ll talk about the increase in Chinese visitors to the U.S. and what these trends are telling us. There’s all of this and more when the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from Dolphin Bay Resort & Spa in San Luis Obispo County.
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Jim Maguire from Rinconada Dairy drops by to discuss his passion for farming, and the process of making goat and sheep cheese.
Peter Jankay, Director of San Luis Obispo County Farmers’ Market Association, talks about how the market is not just a place to find incredible produce, but also a place where strong community relationships are built.
Michelle Metter from Fast Forward Event Productions discusses how Savor the Central Coast is not just a food and wine festival, but rather a celebration of all that makes San Luis Obispo County so unique.
Robert Stone, Author of Day Hikes Around San Luis Obispo: 156 Great Hikes, delves into the recreational diversity of San Luis Obispo County, and gives us his recommendations for hikes off the beaten path.
Robert Lewin, San Luis Obispo County Fire Chief, updates us on the fire effects of California’s ongoing drought, and dishes about some of his favorite food spots.
Gary Eberle, the “godfather of winemaking” and owner of Eberle Winery, explains his own passion for winemaking and why this region offers so much from local winemakers.
Clint Pearce, President of Madonna Enterprise, drops by to talk about the historic Madonna Inn and how its legacy still remains tied to the land.
Eva Ulz, Director and Curator of the History Center of San Luis Obispo County, drops by to discuss the legacy of one of Hearst Castle’s long forgotten matriarchs, Phoebe Hearst.
Brigit Binns, Author of Eating Up the West Coast: The best road trips, recipes, and restaurants from California to Washington, discusses the culture of San Luis Obispo County. Think
“Tuscany with cowboy boots.”
Ty Smith, Chief of Museum Interpretation at Hearst Castle, explains the unique time in American history that the castle represents.
Roger Dow, President and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, discusses the impact that the Pope’s trip is having on U.S. travel, along with the increase in Chinese travelers to the U.S.
Sarah Bellum, a local artist, shares her passion for beach cleanup activism, and explains how she transforms single-use plastics into “up-cycled” items, including beach bikinis.
George Hobica of Airfarewatchdog.com tells us why being nice on your flight—especially to airport personnel—can get you a long way.
By Tim Hill for PeterGreenberg.com