Cape May, NJ and Barcelona’s El Born Walking Guides
I’m thrilled to announce another FREE giveaway of two of my articles as guided walking apps! What does that mean?…some of you might be wondering. Once again, I’ve teamed up with GPSmyCity, a travel-publishing site, that takes travel articles and embeds the GPS coordinates of the destinations in the article, so that it becomes your own personalized walking tour. Instead of having a guide book, you can just look at the app on your phone! The best part is it doesn’t require internet access, and it’s free!
You can read all about how GPSmyCity works in my post GPS Guided Travel Articles: A New Way to Travel, but for now let’s get to those articles that I’m giving away as a free upgrade.
Cape May, NJ
Considered to be the oldest seaside resort in America, Cape May is a beautiful and historical national landmark with some of the best beaches in the country. Located on the southern tip of the Jersey Shore, this charming Victorian town seems to have it all: a picturesque downtown bustling with restaurants, shops, ice cream parlors, and of course beautiful Victorian architecture; biking paths, state parks; even its own zoo. There is so much to do with kids, it’s no wonder Cape May is one of the most popular spots for a family vacation. My post The Best of Cape May with Kids highlights all of the fun things to do.
Barcelona’s El Born Neighborhood
Located in between the Gothic Quarter and Ciutadela Park, The El Born neighborhood may have been our favorite part of the city to walk around in. The bohemian vibe, the excellent restaurants, the artsy stores and galleries all made it a cool part of town to explore. Though uber-hip, it’s extremely kid-friendly, with families everywhere letting their kids play in the streets and hang out at the restaurants.
El Born is home to some of the city’s most popular attractions, including the Picasso Museum, Ciutadela park, Santa Caterina market and the Chocolate Museum. You can read more about it in my post Barcelona Neighborhoods: The Unpolished Charm of El Born.
So how do you get the above articles converted to a free upgrade on the app?
Just click into the links for the blog posts below:
Then follow the instructions to download the GPSmyCity app. Click on ‘upgrade’ and the app will be automatically linked to an offline map and the GPS navigator.
The posts will be available to upgrade FREE for a week from November 27 – December 3. So get it while it lasts and have fun! And please let me know if you have any questions.
And if you so desire you can also read two more of my posts on GPSmyCity that were just recently published (though not give-away for these):