Hotel California has always played the trump card of the American West Coast and its easy living. This is because for many years, the effervescent Herald Tribune (which was first known as the New York Herald Tribune) was right across the street. The headquarters of the European edition of this American press giant was located at 15 Rue de Berri from 1930 to 1978.
Great American journalists, who were special envoys from New York or Los Angeles, gradually turned Rue de Berri into an essentially American street. When France was liberated, they found themselves at a ringside seat with an eye on the action. This was where the first American restaurants on the Champs-Elysées were founded, which obviously attracted the leading names of Hollywood cinema
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