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Global Greeter Network in 5 points

  • What

    GGN is a worldwide non profit organisation of Greeters destinations

  • Where

    Destinations around the world offer personal, private walks with locals through cities for visitors

  • How

    Every single GGN Destination offers its city walks totally for free

  • Who

    Local volunteers offer the walks for single tourists and small groups up to six people

  • Why

    Greeters want to be a friendly face for those visiting a city/destination

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N'oubliez pas ! Retrouvez Bernard, de Marseille Provence Greeters, dans le reportage inédit "Marseille, elle est pas belle la vie ?" Samedi 20 janvier 2018 à 13h30 sur TF1

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Today's report is from Greeter Cheryl. "On Monday 15th January I meet with Allen Weingest, his wife Harriet and his best friend Richard (all from NYC USA) for a great day of exploring Sydney. We met at Museum Station and walked down historic Macquarie St and through the Botanic Gardens to Mrs Macquarie's Chair. From there it was on to the Opera House and The Rocks with plenty of photo opportunities along the way. We walked across the Harbour Bridge to the halfway point. We then spent a leisurely lunch discussing their plans to drive the Blue Mountains and to Melbourne later in the week. With the old-fashioned paper map, we planned toilet stops, cafes, petrol stations and beautiful beaches. With their batteries recharged, we walked back to the Quay, and they boarded a ferry to Manly in the late afternoon to finish off their day. My sister and her 18-year-old daughter were in the city and joined us for lunch, and my guests loved asking many questions of my niece to get a teenagers perspective of growing up in Australia. #SydneyGreeters #IloveSydney The Global Greeter Network

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12th, January, Friday I greeted nice family from Australia. We visited Gino-Shirakawa, Yasaka-shrine, Sanneizaka, Ninenzaka, Kenninji. We walked Gion area. They enjoyed Japanese culture. Dinner is Teppanyaki. Thank you.

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