Vote – A Walk in the Park

I took a quiz recently published in The Guardian. It was called Name the City Park.  Click on this link for the quiz

Or go straight to this link for the answers

You can’t beat summertime in the park. Which one should I go to? Remember, you can write in the other locations mentioned in the article by clicking on “Other” and typing in the park’s name.

A reminder – you can vote once per day per electronic device. Voting closes at 9:00pm Eastern Daylight Time on July 5, 2014

 

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  5. Drop Me Anywhere
    June 16, 2014 @ 4:41 pm

    Just an update on the voting as of June 16. So far it looks as if I’m going to be drinking some Guinness in the park (is that even allowed?) as Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland is currently in the lead with 70 votes. The rest of the results thus far are as follows:

    2) Hiroshima Peace Park,, Hiroshima, Japan – 13 votes
    3) Villa Borghese, Rome, Italy – 6 votes
    4) Roundhay Park, Leeds, England – 5 votes
    5) Stanley Park, Vancouver, England – 5 votes
    6) Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, France – 4 votes
    7) Parc Guell, Barcelona, Spain – 4 votes
    8) Central Park, New York, NY – 1 vote
    9) Maidan Park, Kolkata, India – 1 vote
    10) Greenwich Park, London, England – 0 votes

    Don’t forget, voting ends on July 5 and you can vote once per day per electronic device. You’re in control!

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