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The Hotel Ratings System, What is it, What does it mean and How does it work. Bonnie & Ja'Vonne dissect the system of stars, apples, diamonds and checkmarks...determine what each means and the differences in ratings based on each country. What is the real difference between a One Star and Five Star, Budget class vs Tourist class. Who sets these up and how do they work.
This episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the Intercontinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu. Here Greenberg interviews Madelijin Vervoord, General Manager of the InterContinental Marseille-Hôtel Dieu, who tells us the origin of the name “Hôtel Dieu” and gives a history lesson about the hotel. Listen to learn that and more about this historic hotel.
What does great fudge, the world’s longest porch, U.S. presidents and Hollywood have in common? Mackinac Island.
World Footprints will take you on a journey to a little known crown jewel that sits in Lake Huron between Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas –Mackinac Island (pronounced “Mack –in-aw”). The island was named by Native Americans who said that the island resembled a turtle. They gave it the name "Mitchimakinak" meaning "big turtle". The British later shortened the name to Mackinac.
Today’s show explores the island’s rich history and how that is being preserved as a National Historic Landmark. Mackinac Island was key in two battles during the War of 1812 but in the late 19th century, it became a popular summer colony. The island still maintains its old world charm and is known for its variety of architectural styles, including the famous Victorian-style Grand Hotel; fudge; and its ban on almost all motor vehicles. (Golf carts are allowed but only on the golf course.)
Hollywood discovered the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island and it was the setting of two feature films: This Time for Keeps (1946) and Somewhere in Time (1979). Mackinac Island has been written about and visited by many influential writers including Mark Twain and Henry David Thoreau.
As we'lll hear, U.S. Presidents and politicians have enjoyed respites on Mackinac Island. The Grand Hotel has honored these visits by designing some staterooms with the assistance of a few former First Ladies.&nb
This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show airs from the legendary Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, California. It’s a historic hotel. It’s a haunted hotel. For movie buffs, it was also the location for the legendary film Some Like it Hot with Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, and Marilyn Monroe.
Meredith Manee, Chef de Cuisine at 1500 Ocean restaurant, tells us about the most surprising dish she serves at 1500 Ocean (a people pleasing fish) and what she’s doing to locally source delicious ingredients. “Gnarly” Neal, owner of Gnarly Neal’s Ocean Instruction to share stories of surfing in San Diego. All of this and more is on this week’s broadcast of Peter Greenberg Worldwide from Hotel del Coronado in San Diego County, California.
Our show will be held from the infamous Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Ar! We will discuss the history of the location as well as documented accounts of the paranormal and will have a special guest interview with Keith Scales. Keith is the hotel historian, hosts the ghost tours, and also is the writer and director of the play "Not A Door".
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Ricky Ohrn, Vocalist & Guitar for the Hard Rock Band Rebel Hotel!
REBEL HOTEL.. A hard rock band out of Hollywood, California. Founded in Orange County CA 2010 by Ricky Ohrn, where they recorded 2 EP’s and made a mark on the scene as a high energy live band, After a few members fell out Ricky moved the Rebel studio to Hollywood in 2013, and recorded another EP of 5 songs named “Visualize Believe Conceive” produced by Brian Marshak Now better and hungrier than ever …
These rockers are bringing a refreshing high-energy upbeat show with attitude, that you been longing to see and you wont forget……
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This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the City of Lights: Paris, France, and more specifically, from the newly-renovated Hotel Plaza Athénée. The Hotel Plaza Athénée opened in 1913, and has seen a lot of Parisian history in more than 100 years. In 2010, the property was awarded Palace distinction—one of only five hotels in Paris to share that honor.
Joining Peter this week are Laurant Poncelet, concierge at the Hotel Plaza Athénée, to talk truffles and baby lions (all in a day’s works as a concierge); Valerie Wilson, legendary travel agent, to share the best reason to start your own business; and Leigh Gallagher of Fortune Magazine, to discuss why the suburbs are dying.
All this and more, on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Hotel Plaza Athénée.
We spent the night and walk the town, room 333 was under constant monitoring. Feels good being here, wifi signal is kind of low, we will try our best in showing you around with our tablets. Keep an eye, we will be on Google plus Hangouts, look for the Chat Room community page.
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