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This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from The Chatwal hotel in New York, a landmark building that was once the famous Lambs Club (and is now housing Geoffrey Zakarian’s Lambs Club restaurant). It’s got a wealth of history on 44th street on the west side of Manhattan and is right in the center of the Theater District. Joining Peter will be historian Elizabeth Bradley, who tells the great story of the lovers and the murder of Stanford White, and the very first “trial of the century.” Kevin Fitzpatrick, author of Dorothy Parker’s New York and Under the Table: A Dorothy Parker Cocktail Guide, reveals how many speakeasies were once on 44th street (whatever number you guess, you’ll be way too low), and talks about special secrets of the neighborhood.
Ashish Verma stops by to talk about how the hotel owners worked to maintain the landmark status of the building as well as maintaining its architectural style, and Nicole Morris and Audrey Romanola, Spa Directors at the Red Door in The Chatwal, speak about the wellness experience and the urban sanctuary the spa provides.
Additionally, The New York Times‘ Seth Kugel will discuss the $100/day trip challenge, and Chatwal Chefs Arthur Barrette and Eric Haugen reveal the secrets of sourcing amazing New Brunswick salmon. There’s all of this and more as Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from The Chatwal in New York.
This week on the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show, we broadcast from the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun, Mexico, perhaps the largest hotel in Latin America. We’ll be joined by Arnie Weissmann, Editor-in-Chief ofTravel Weekly, who discusses the changing definitions of volunteer vacations, and how over half of the traveling community gives back while on a leisure trip—as well as how this is transforming some travel brands.
Plus…have you ever traveled around the world to pursue one particular passion? Art history? Music? Fishing? Evan Saunders stops by to explain his worldwide travel in pursuit of the perfect…club sandwich! His report might surprise you. There’s all of this and more when the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun, Mexico.
This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Dolphin Bay Resort & Spa in San Luis Obispo County, California—the heart of the state’s Central Coast. It’s also home to Savor the Central Coast—a great four-day gathering of chefs, farmers, restaurants, wineries—not surprising, considering the Central Coast is a huge wine producing region, right behind Napa and Sonoma. Some great chefs will be stopping by, including some local cheese and wine makers.
San Luis Obispo County is also home to Hearst Castle, the famous home of newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst. Ty Smith, Chief of Museum Interpretation at Hearst Castle, will explain the unique time in American history that Hearst castle represents. All of this and more on this week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.
This week on Travel Today with Peter Greenberg we travel to Venice, Italy to broadcast from the Silversea Cruises ship the Silver Spirit. Joining us will be ship historian Peter Knego who weighs in on some of the great ships of the past, including the Normandie, and talks about the benefits of small ship cruising.
We’re also joined by Silver Spirit captain Alessandro Zanello and Executive Chef Anne Mari Cornelius—who details the fine art (and science) of sourcing local food on a cruise ship and integrating the different regions’ spices and flavors. Peter talks about the surprising reasons why a growing number of five star hotels in China are doing the unthinkable—asking the government to reduce their quality ranking to four stars. There’s all of this and more when Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Silversea Silver Spirit in Venice, Italy.
This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Breckenridge, Colorado. The town is home to a little over 3,500 year-round residents, but it sees up to 20,000 visitors a day during the winter. Thank you, ski season!
Joining us is beer expert Kate Coakley describes her favorite beer in Breckenridge and the one beer stop you cannot miss while in town. Also on the show is Breckenridge Major, John Warner, who tells us how he got nicknamed the tooth fairy, the costume that goes with it, and a few details about the town’s history. There’s all of this and more on this week’s Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Breckenridge, Colorado.
This week Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common in Boston, Massachusetts.
Joining us is Laura Fink from American Express who reports on their latest research about what travelers say they really want, as well as their desire for human interaction in an increasingly high tech travel world. Then, Ritz-Carlton Pastry Chef Kerry Meister reveals a surprisingly devilish adult desert that’s low in calories and high in fun. All this and more when Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common
This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Sacramento, California. Right now, the city is ground zero in one of the worst Southwest droughts in recent history. Sacramento Fire Chief Walt White talks about the wildfire situation—and also what off-the-brochure restaurants keep him and his firefighters fueled so they can keep Sacramento safe. There are dozens of great choices, because Sacramento is not just the capital of California, but is also the self-proclaimed “Farm-to-Fork Capital of the U.S.” and has compelling reasons to support that claim. How many farms are within a 30-mile radius of the capital? The answer might surprise you.
Craig McNamara, Founder of the Center for Land-Based Learning, gives us some remarkably practical advice about living—and traveling—more sustainably. Then, Lial Jones, Executive Director of the Crocker Art Museum, explains some of its more unusual exhibitions and programs, including one on art and pain management. There’s all of this and more when Travel Today with Peter Greenberg broadcasts from Sacramento, California.
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This episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Reykjavik, Iceland. Sigtryggur Baldursson, Managing Director of Iceland Music Export, explains the rising popularity of Icelandic music and why musicians are traveling from around the world to record in Iceland’s studios.
The Edgewater is an historic hotel originally opened its doors in 1948. Once a destination for Hollywood celebrities and dignitaries, this Madison staple went through a major renovation that was completed in September 2014. As a highlight, they have created an outdoor space to make the hotel and its lakefront views more open to the public.
Chef Joe Heppe, the new Executive Chef of the Statehouse at The Edgewater, dishes about the culinary scene in Wisconsin—a truly farm-to-table destination—and how the Statehouse is incorporating that original foodie culture into its new menu.
This week Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Cunard’s flagship, the R.M.S. Queen Mary 2, or QM2. This is a Transatlantic ocean liner, and the only liner in service between South Hampton and New York. Equal in height to a 23-story building and nearly four football fields in length, QM2 is unmatched in her class and is the last such liner to be built since 1969. But don’t let her size fool you. A Transatlantic crossing is a luxurious experience for reasons that go beyond the obvious.
Richard Meadows, President of Cunard North America, stops by to expound on why an on-board experience is unforgettable and Commodore Ronald Warwick talks about his 36 years with Cunard and his favorite ports. There’s all of this and more on this week’s episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.
This week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Soho Grand Hotel in New York, NY. The hotel opened back in 1996, but it quickly earned a well deserved reputation as a cutting edge boutique luxury property in a cutting edge, boutique neighborhood.
Joshua David Stein, the food critic for the New York Observer, takes us for a great gastronomic tour of his top restaurant picks all within seven minutes of the Soho Grand. And mixologist Natasha David talks about the explosion in American crafted whisky, and the Soho Grand’s unique all bourbon bar, featuring 50 brands from around the U.S. and from expected locations — like Kentucky, to some real surprises, like…Brooklyn. All this and more when Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the Soho Grand Hotel.
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