Peter Greenberg, international travel expert for CBS and host of the PBS series, The Travel Detective, recently spent a few days filming in and around The Palm Beaches and enjoyed some of the county’s best hidden gems and leisure activities. Peter soaked up the splendor of The Breakers for a segment called Hotels With a Past, and then wasted no time getting out and about! Peter rode a SkyBike, grabbed lunch at Grandview Public Market, took a driving course at the Palm Beach International Raceway, built a chocolate house at Hoffman’s Chocolate Factory in Lake Worth and took a kayak lesson at the Jupiter Inlet. He also met up with Randy the Kite Man on Delray Beach and played a few rounds of pinball at the iconic Silverball Museum.
Peter Greenberg at the Jupiter Inlet (left) and at Hoffman's Chocolate Factory in Lake Worth (right)
Peter also interviewed several locals for his nationally syndicated radio show and podcast. Guests included Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, West Palm Beach historian Rick Rose, Palm Beach Daily News food editor Roberta Sabban and even Palm Beach County Fire Chief Michael Mackey, who in addition to discussing hotel safety also light-heartedly shared a few of his favorite dining spots around the county. The video segments will air on his PBS series and on The Palm Beaches TV, a newly launched channel that features live streaming and on-demand tourism-related programs. The Palm Beaches TV is also available on Roku and as a designated channel in select PBC hotels. Visit PeterGreenberg.com or ThePalmBeaches.TV for more info.