Recently I was approached by GPSmyCity to collaborate with them to include some of my travel and dining articles on their GPSmyCity App available on iTunes App Store and Google Play.
We are posting some of my articles including “Catalina Island Food Tour.” Click on this link https://www.gpsmycity.com/blog/6009 today, Monday, July 15 through Sunday, July 21, and proceed to download the GPSmyCity app. This GPS-powered article offers offline map, attractions mentioned in the article, and can be downloaded and upgraded for FREE.
Get information faster, while learning about hidden gems found in cities around the world. It’s ideal for those who travel a lot or for those unsure of where to dine. Fresh posts will inspire you to explore new spots beyond your neighborhood.
Since summer is an ideal time to visit Catalina Island, by loading “Catalina Island Food Tour” I can be your personal guide, as you cross “26 miles across the sea” from Long Beach to the Mediterranean looking city of Avalon.
Board the one hour Catalina Express ferry, sip champagne and within an hour, discover all that Avalon offers to visitors on a special walking foodie tour.
With the touch of a button on a smart phone or webpage, you no longer need to search, text or use up data to access the Internet.
My other articles included on the site include:
Exploring Washington D.C. and Christmas Dining and Delights in Los Angeles.
There are two ways to access article apps on your iOS and Android platforms –
- You can either click on the link at the end of a blog post that has been turned into an app (if you haven’t already downloaded the free GPSMyCity app you will be prompted to do so).
- Or once you have the GPSMyCity app, you can browse by city to see what articles are available. You can then download the article for free or upgrade for offline use and GPS tracking.
Check it out and let me know what you think – http://www.gpsmycity.com.