This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the legendary Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, San Diego County, California. Joining Peter will be Travel Weekly Editor-in-Chief Arnie Weissman will discuss the fallout from President Trump’s executive order and the travel “ban” applying to passport holders from seven different countries. Hugo Martin from the Los Angeles Times will talk about airlines cutting back on flights to Cuba—and some good news about lost/misplaced airline luggage. Troy Johnson, Food Editor of San Diego Magazine, will speak about the culinary explosion in San Diego, which has more than 4,700 local farms in the area, some of his favorite secret restaurants, and a food revolution just south of the border in Tijuana. Scott McCartney of The Wall Street Journal will talk about the growing problem of emotional support animals on planes, and the tyranny of hotel room thermostats. Sally Zoll, CEO of United Through Reading, will discuss her nonprofit’s amazing work with military service families, and the art of long distance storytelling to unite thousands of families. We’ll also talk about surf lessons with “Gnarley” Neal, a legendary wave rider who teaches at the hotel. There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Hotel del Coronado—the same hotel where they shot Some Like it Hot featuring Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon, and Tony Curtis.