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Travel Today with Peter Greenberg – Hotel Lutetia in Paris, France

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This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Hotel Lutetia in Paris, France, an iconic, historic and luxury hotel on the Left Bank and newly reopened after a nearly four year, $234 million restoration and renovation. (First opened in 1910, it’s been the hangout for everyone from Charles de Gaulle to Pablo Picasso, from Ernest Hemingway to Josephine Baker). Catherine Down, Founder of Ciao Down, joins Peter with an all important update on the Parisian food scene, the stinkiest (and best) cheeses and where all the city’s notable chefs are now eating dinner. Then, a real hidden gem report: Abigail Altman from the American Library in Paris, joins the program to talk about this little known destination in the city, as well as the library’s extensive history and its surprising collection.  There’s all this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Hotel Lutetia in Paris, France