Name of Activity (alternate name if necessary), Address (extra directions if necessary), phone number (email, fax, other contact information if possible), , Days and times open. One to three sentences describing the activity. $lowprice-highprice (extra price info).
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*'''Name of Activity''' (''alternate name if necessary''), Address (''extra directions if necessary''), phone number (''email'', fax, ''other contact information if possible''), [http://www.activity.example.com/], Days and times open. One to three sentences describing the activity. $lowprice-highprice (''extra price info'').
Shakespeare's Globe (The Globe Theatre), 21 New Globe Walk (along the south embankment), +44 (0)20 7401 9919 (email@example.com, fax: +44 (0)20 7902 1475), , October-April: 10AM-5PM daily, May-September 9AM-5PM daily. Sam Wanamaker's largely authentic reconstruction of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, built using traditional techniques, stages plays in the Summer months. Around the year, there is an exhibition ending with either a tour of the theatre itself (in winter, and mornings in the summer), or a virtual tour (summer afternoons). Tickets for plays are often available on the day, particularly if you are prepared to stand in the yard. Tickets: £15-32 (£5 standing-only tickets available).
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* <do name="Tri-Star Pilot Service Tours" alt="" address="5700 S Cicero Ave"
directions="" phone="+1 773 229-1091" email="" fax="" hours="By appointment, tours last at least 45 minutes"
price="$125/couple, $160/three adults" url="">[[Chicago skyline guide|Chicago's skyline]] is impressive
from wherever you are standing, but perhaps it is best enjoyed while swooping through it. If you are
in the mood for an adventurous tour of Chicago, call Jerry Smith to arrange a flight tour of the city in his
single-engine Cessna. It is probably best to book for a nighttime tour, as the city lights will present you
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Tri-Star Pilot Service Tours, 5700 S Cicero Ave, ☎ +1 773 229-1091. By appointment, tours last at least 45 minutes. Chicago's skyline is impressive from wherever you are standing, but perhaps it is best enjoyed while swooping through it. If you are in the mood for an adventurous tour of Chicago, call Jerry Smith to arrange a flight tour of the city in his single-engine Cessna. It is probably best to book for a nighttime tour, as the city lights will present you with breathtaking views.$125/couple, $160/three adults.
Tour listings are welcome on Wikitravel as long as they constitute a value-added activity, rather than a booking service or general travel planning agency. Here are a few guidelines to determine whether a tour should be listed in our guides:
The operator must have a 'real world' office with a phone number and address.
Do not list tour operators that act as a booking agent or travel-planner for the traveler—tour agencies should offer something as a supplement, rather than a replacement for Wikitravel guides.
Do not list resellers of tours, only list the actual tour operators
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