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Join World Footprints as we catch up with our good friend Peter Greenberg at the Travel & Adventure Show in Washington, DC. Peter offers one very intriguing travel tip that is sure to raise some eyebrows. Then we’ll introduce you to Dr. Kelly Bricker, Chair of The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) and the Global Sustainable Tourism Council. Dr. Bricker will talk about the power of tourism and travel to implement positive change in society and we’ll get an update about the upcoming TIES conference. Our good friend Kelly Schulz with the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau treats Tonya to lunch and a great conversation about what’s happening in New Orleans. Finally, another good friend, Polish-born composer, guitarist and violinist, Lucas Lechowski (pronounced Le-hoff-ski) shares his unique artistry and musical styles with us.
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.
This week Peter Greenberg travel to the Marker Hotel in Dublin to interview the Irish locals. Turtle Bunbury, Irish travel writer, historian and author, tells us about Dublin’s historic Docklands area “1300 acres in the heart of the city being re-established after economic decline,” and how biblical lineage is the reason for Irish pub culture.
Peter Greenberg travels to Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa to interview Hawaiian locals and national news guests. Kahulu De Santos, Aulani’s cultural expert, explains how Disney has infused Hawaiian culture and the importance of the connection to the land. She also gives a quick history lesson of the island’s royalty.
Peter Greenberg interviews Museum of London Director Sharon Ament at the legendary Dorchester Hotel, London. They discuss how in a city with over 200 museums, her's is set apart. With a focus on the "common people," the museum gives insight in the past lives of Londoners.
Jim Demeter, Master Cheesemaker, dives into the process of making cheese. As a fourth generation cheesemaker, he’s been making cheese since he was 14. He dicusses his work with Klondike Cheeses and how one of his latest ventures has been working with adding different spices to cheese. And you'll be surprised to find out which cheese Demeter admits to being the hardest that he's produced so far. All this and more on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.
Peter Greenberg is joined by Arthur Ircink, producer of the public television series Wisconsin Foodie, who discusses the American Cheese Society and how Wisconsin wins more awards than any other state in the country. He also talks about what cheeses Wisconsin is sharing with the world and what cheese are so good they are considering keeping them under wraps.
This week Peter Greenberg travels to the Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa in Monterey, California on Cannery Row. Greenberg chat's with Paul Michel, superintendent of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, who explains why Monterey is one of the greatest wildlife viewing areas in the world, and answers the question: why are wildlife sanctuaries important?
Peter Greenberg interviews locals in the Northern California city of Redding. Located about 150 miles north of San Francisco, some consider Redding to be the "real" NorCal. In this podcast, Greenberg is joined by Gerry Gray, Redding's Deputy Fire Chief, explains what he means when he calls Redding a “gem.” Hint: it has to do with something unexpected at the airport. Greenberg also talks about his own experience as a fire man, having been a volunteer fire fighter since he was 18-years-old.
Peter Greenberg heads to the Central California coast town of Solvang in Santa Ynez Valley. There he interviews Shawn Knight, owner of Santa Barbara Soaring and Santa Ynez Airport’s president, details why the conditions in Santa Barbara are ideal for glider planes and how they are introducing the first ever three-person glider.
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