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Published: Saturday, June 23, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Twice as many free walking tours of Seattle

Getting to know your way around Seattle just got twice as easy.
Seattle Free Walking Tours has doubled the number of tours it offers daily. Now visitors can explore the city with a Seattleite every day at either 11 a.m. or 2 p.m.
Guests will visit Pike Place Market, Post Alley, Pioneer Square and the waterfront on the tours, which last about two hours.
While the tours are free, participants should be prepared to tip their guide. The nonprofit outfit asks for $15 suggested donations, although donations are not required.
No reservation is necessary. Tours depart from Victor Steinbrueck Park, 2000 Western Ave., rain or shine.
For more information e-mail or go to [URL]www.seattlefree;[URL].
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Story tags » Historical SitesWalkingSeattle

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