by - August 10, 2011

I don't know if you guys know this about me, but I am ALLLL about keeping fit in fun ways.  My number one way to do that?  Walking.  Dave and I will choose a destination in the city, one we have never been to before, and we will EXPLORE.  Just that word conjures up such a sense of adventure for me that I am getting excited about what I am about to tell you!  asked me if I would collaborate with them on a fun giveaway, and after doing a bit of research, and checking out their iPhone app myself, I was hooked!! 

GPSmyCity is all about self-guided walking tours of over 470 cities worldwide.  Sometimes you don't need a tour guide when you visit a new city, you just need to know where to go to create your own experience.   The best part is that once you have the app, it works offline so that you aren't charged any ridiculous roaming fees while in other countries.

Check out these awesome screenshots:

Doesn't it look fun?  And EASY!! I love the way this app looks and reads.  They even have audio!

What could you win, you ask?  You could win your choice of THREE iPhone applications!  All you have to do is copy and paste the quiz below into an email message, answer the quiz questions, and send to  They will take care of the rest! 

Pretty cool huh?  An amazing way to discover brand new cities throughout the world...or fall in love again with your own.

Come on!!! Do a little research...what else are you doing right now?? (Hint...Google is GREAT at answering questions)

Toronto Fun Facts Quiz:

1. Within a 160 km radius of Toronto lives _____ of Canada's population.
A. Half
B. One third
C. One quarter

2. On what building can one find a giant neon weather station?
A. Canada Life Building
B. National Trust Tower
C. First Canadian Place

3. How many languages are estimated to be spoken throughout the city?
A. 50+
B. 100+
C. 200+

4. Which one of these movie stars was not born in the city of Toronto?
A. Christopher Plummer
B. Mia Kirshner
C. Jim Carrey

5. The CN Tower held its record of the world's tallest building for 34 years, until the Burj Khalifa and Canton Tower were built. It now remains the tallest free-standing structure in:
A. North America
B. the Americas
C. the Western Hemisphere

6. A serious ____ occurred in 1995. It was the worst day in Toronto history.
A. Subway crash
B. Fire
C. Storm

7. What do Bloor Street, Danforth Avenue and McCowan Road have in common?
A. They are all the same street
B. They run diagonal
C. They all run west-east

8. In 2006, City Hall told which group of people to leave and never come back?
A. Charlie's Angels
B. Guardian Angels
C. Black Angels

9. Which of these cities is not officially part of the Greater Toronto Area, but is still considered by some as "part of Toronto"?
A. Oakville
B. Hamilton
C. Pickering

10. Toronto has had many city-nicknames along the years. How was Toronto never called like?
A. Hogtown
B. the City that Sleeps
C. The Big Smoke

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