To live the InterContinental® life means to have a passion for travel and a fascination for discovering new places. In this episode, you will discover three new things: a hidden story from the past, a different way of experiencing the present, and an idea of how fascination is formed in the first place. Altogether, you will experience a variety of ways that fascination enriches our lives.
Historian Donald Miller tells a true story from InterContinental New York Barclay’s past: an underground city from the 1930s where guests once strolled, shopped, and met friends in beautiful, subterranean passageways.
Take a walk through New York’s famous Central Park with an unlikely guide: Frank Senior, a New York City native who is a renowned jazz musician and Central Park connoisseur, and also has been blind since birth.
Relax in InterContinental New York Barclay’s Gin Parlour and join bestselling author Julie Klam for a conversation about fascination—where it comes from, how it works, and what our interests in the world mean.
"Whatever you're fascinated by, whatever you're curious about, gives you information about yourself." - Julie Klam
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