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On Saturday, October 29, Peter sits down with travel experts as well as Parisian guests as he broadcasts his radio show live from the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome in Paris, France.
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Featured guests include:
Joe Sharkey, New York Times columnist, updates Peter on new iPad developments, his trips for finding Wi-Fi on the road, as well as new airline taxes and their possible effect on consumers.
George Hobica, founder of AirfareWatchdog.com, shares ways to save your money and your sanity while traveling during the holidays.
Deborah Anthony, owner and guide for French Travel Boutique, shares her favorite historical facts and places in Paris, including the city’s notorious catacombs.
Nikos Aliagas, French TV and radio personality, offers his tips for seeing Paris like a local.
Carolyn Spencer Brown, editor-in-chief of Cruise Critic, counts down the 11 Scariest Cruise Ship stories.
Yann Daniel, a mixologist at the Park Hyatt, talks about the latest trends in French cocktails and ends the debate about if the Bloody Mary was really created in Paris in the 1920s.
Blaise Mautin, renowned perfumer, describes his perfume collection and gives his tips for how to choose a perfume.
Robert Reid, the U.S. travel editor for Lonely Planet, talks about Lonely Planet’s latest book, Great Journeys, which offers a thematic take on the classic journey from walks along the Great Wall of China to a classic rail journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway, and more.
Marie Hedelin, Guest Relations Manager, chats about the hotel’s celebrity clientele.
Text By Lily J. Kosner for PeterGreenberg.com
Feature Image credit Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome