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Hidden Gems of Ras Al Khaimah
The Travel Detective / Hidden Gems / Adventure Travel & Sports / Culinary Travel / Culture / Middle East

Hidden Gems of Ras Al Khaimah

When people think of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a couple of places probably pop to mind. UAE’s capital city of Abu Dhabi and Dubai are modern cities known for… Read More…

Hotel With A Past: The Omni Homestead Resort
Hotels & Accommodations / The Travel Detective / Hotels With A Past

Hotel With A Past: The Omni Homestead Resort

There are many hotels that claim to have a history. But The Omni Homestead Resort actually made history. The Homestead is the first resort in the United States. In fact,… Read More…

Travel Tip: On-Time Arrival Ratings for Domestic Airlines
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: On-Time Arrival Ratings for Domestic Airlines

The most recent reports are in, and U.S. airlines had their highest on-time arrival rates in eight years. The data was released in November, and the U.S. Department of Transportation… Read More…

Peter Greenberg Worldwide—Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa in Martin County, Florida—January 20, 2018
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Peter Greenberg Worldwide—Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa in Martin County, Florida—January 20, 2018

This week’s broadcast of Peter Greenberg Worldwide comes from Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa​ in Martin County, Florida. Scott McCartney, Travel Editor of The Wall Street Journal​, joins the show… Read More…

Hotel With A Past: The Plaza Hotel in New York City
The Travel Detective / Hotels With A Past

Hotel With A Past: The Plaza Hotel in New York City

When you think about iconic New York hotels, it’s hard to beat The Plaza Hotel. Several famous authors stayed there, such as Truman Capote, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Kay Thompson…. Read More…

6 Hotels Where You Can Combine Business and Leisure
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6 Hotels Where You Can Combine Business and Leisure

Americans logged 457.4 million business trips in 2016, with 38 percent for meetings and events. As any experienced traveler knows, the business travel industry is constantly changing in response to… Read More…

Creative & Funny Airline Safety Videos
Airlines & Airports / The Travel Detective Exclusive

Creative & Funny Airline Safety Videos

I think I can safely say that I’ve seen thousands of airline safety videos in my life. But even if you don’t travel as often as I do, when the… Read More…

Radio Guest List—Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa in Jensen Beach in Martin County, Florida—January 20, 2018
Radio Show / Guest List

Radio Guest List—Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa in Jensen Beach in Martin County, Florida—January 20, 2018

This week’s broadcast of Peter Greenberg Worldwide comes from Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa in Jensen Beach in Martin County, Florida. Scott McCartney, Travel Editor of The Wall Street Journal,… Read More…

York County, Pennsylvania Like A Local
Like a Local / Northeast / The Travel Detective Exclusive

York County, Pennsylvania Like A Local

When you think of states like Pennsylvania, the big cities that come to mind: cities such as Philadelphia in the East, or Pittsburgh way out West. But if you’re looking… Read More…

US State Department Changes Travel Warning System
Travel News / Travel Safety / CBS News

US State Department Changes Travel Warning System

The U.S. State Department recently changed how it issues warnings to U.S. citizens about international travel. The agency used to release advisories, warnings, or bulletins about specific nations. The system… Read More…

Watch Israel: The Royal Tour
Israel: The Royal Tour

Watch Israel: The Royal Tour

Watch Peter Greenberg explore Israel with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel: The Royal Tour. This non-stop, groundbreaking adventure takes you on a historic journey throughout Israel, at the intersection… Read More…

Hidden Gems of Oahu, Hawaii
The Travel Detective / Hidden Gems / Hawaii

Hidden Gems of Oahu, Hawaii

Most of you who’ve been to Honolulu think you know Oahu—the most visited of the Hawaiian islands. In fact, many of the people who come to Oahu come to Honolulu… Read More…

Travel Tip: One Way to Pop Your Ears on an Airplane
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports / Health & Fitness

Travel Tip: One Way to Pop Your Ears on an Airplane

Do you ever notice your ears popping during takeoff and landing, when the pressure quickly changes inside the cabin? That can often explain why babies tend to cry more. So… Read More…

The Battle for Business Class Passengers
Airlines & Airports / The Travel Detective Exclusive

The Battle for Business Class Passengers

It’s​ ​where​ ​airlines​ ​make​ ​their​ ​highest yield ​and​ ​what​ ​every​ top​ carrier​ ​is vying​ ​for— ​business​ ​class​ ​passengers. Let’s ​take​ ​a​ ​look​ ​at​ ​what ​ some ​of​ the​ top​ airline… Read More…

Travel Tip: Is Buying Duty Free Worth It?
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports

Travel Tip: Is Buying Duty Free Worth It?

The term duty free sounds great, especially at airports, but it can be very misleading. It pays to be a comparison shopper before you ever get to the airport—before you… Read More…

Radio Guest List—Montage Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, South Carolina—January 13, 2018
Radio Show / Guest List

Radio Guest List—Montage Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, South Carolina—January 13, 2018

This week’s broadcast of Peter Greenberg Worldwide comes from the Montage Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, South Carolina. Nestled within a community surrounded by 20,000 acres of maritime forest, the property houses… Read More…

Southern California Mudslides: How You Can Help
Travel News / Voluntourism

Southern California Mudslides: How You Can Help

On Tuesday, January 9, 2018, Southern California received a substantial amount of rain for the first time since the historic wildfires in early December. While this may seem like a… Read More…

Travel Tip: How Airports are Beginning to Include Spas
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports / Spa Travel

Travel Tip: How Airports are Beginning to Include Spas

Here’s a rhetorical question, but I’ll ask it anyway. Why do we go to airports? To eat? To entertain our friends? To shop? If we’re honest, we go to airports… Read More…

Travel Tip: Tricks for Finding WiFi at Airports
Travel Tips / Airlines & Airports / Apps & Technology

Travel Tip: Tricks for Finding WiFi at Airports

If you’re like me, you’re always scrambling to find available free WiFi at airports around the world. In many cases, the WiFi is either incredibly slow, or it’s free but… Read More…