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A Twitter Easter Egg Hunt

Students, and others, on a tight budget who cannot contain their wanderlust must find the low cost accommodation service offered by Blog from Italy’s contributor HostelBookers quite handy.

HostelBookers help people find budget priced, but good quality accomodation, all round the world, and, of course, in that Living Museum which is Italy.  Well, as a sort of Easter treat, HostelBookers are running a fun sounding Easter Egg Hunt.

If you’d like to find out more, then read on.

See Those Tulips in Amsterdam

The prize for the lucky winner is free accomodation for two for 7 nights in Amsterdam.

Yes, even I have to admit that there is more to Europe than Italy, and Amsterdam is, by all accounts, well worth visiting.  Although I’ve never been there, I do know a few people who have, and they had a great time.  And of course, the money you save seeing those Tulips in Amsterdam, you can always put towards a trip to Italy!

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Stop reading, start speaking

Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.

All you have to do to stand a chance of winning the Easter Egg Hunt, is guess which four cities the HostelBookers Easter Egg passes through as it backpacks its way around Europe between the 6th and 9th April.

Clues as to the location of the HostelBookers Easter Egg will be given out via that mind bogglingly simple, and devilishly addictive service, as used by super Twitterer and technology geek Stephen FryTwitter.

Where To Find Out More

If you would like to know more about this fun Easter contest, and have a go, then click here: The HostelBookers Twitter Easter Egg Hunt.

Good luck to you, if you do decide to try your Twittery luck!  If you’ve never experienced Twitter before, then this is great way to find out what all the fuss is about.

Go for it!  And remember, if you never enter competitions, you’ll never stand a chance of winning one!

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