Peter Greenberg Worldwide radio is breaking the mold this week and coming to you from two travel destinations. The show is starting in London and ending in Paris, so how is that possible?
Turns out, Peter is broadcasting from the Eurostar train and leaving London from St. Pancras Station and entering Paris at the Gare du Nord. On board, Peter is covering the latest travel news in the United Kingdom and Europe as well as the recent renovations to the Kings Cross train station (and yes, there is a Platform 9 3/4), hidden honeymoon locations, and loosening standards in travel etiquette.
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Featured guests include:
Sean O’Neill, contributing editor for BudgetTravel.com, talks about his recent travel to Ischia, Italy.
Victoria Mather, contributing travel editor at Vanity Fair, emphasizes the importance of travel etiquette when traveling abroad.
Rocio de Moral, assistant bar manager at St Pancras hotel, speaks extensively about the history of St. Pancras hotel, as well as her favorite must-see destinations.
Anna Strong, director of the Kings Cross Train Station, discusses the renovations taking place at the King Cross Train station, while preparing for the Olympic Games.
Kimberly Richmond, founder and president of Runaway Bride Destinations, will talk about hidden gem wedding destinations in London.
James Robertson Smyth Sutherland, a frequent traveler between London and Paris, shares his travel perspectives and tips on traveling with minimal anxiety.
By Tara Ekmekci for PeterGreenberg.com