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Update: This competition is now closed. The winner has been confirmed: Zarina de Ruiter – congratulations!
I recently spent some time taking part in an ‘On Location’ tour in New York City. I’m a little bit of a T.V. buff (OK a lot!) so this was the perfect way for me to see some of the sights that are familiar from my favourite T.V. shows – Sex and the City anybody? 🙂
With that, I’m running a competition that gives you the chance to win 2 tickets to an On Location Tours tour of your choice in either Boston or New York City.
Whenever I travel (be it for business or pleasure) I may sometimes have just a few hours or a couple of days to maximise my time in the city. Despite the best intentions by planning in advance, sometimes things just don’t go to plan.
As I have two city breaks fast approaching, I wanted to exchange ideas on the best way to explore a city – on foot, by bike, talking part in an organised walking tour or using the hop on/off buses? Take some time to respond to the poll; feel free to comment as I appreciate that this can flunctuate depending upon budget and availablility of tours etc.