Monthly Archives:: April 2015

Guide Spotlight: New York City’s Meredith

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Free Tours by Foot thought you should know more about who we are! Our tours would not be so highly rated if it weren’t for our guides – the passion, knowledge and fun they bring to our tours. We’ll be featuring more information about our great guides in each city over the coming months. Originally […]

The Capital Wheel at National Harbor

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Similar to the London Eye, the Capital Wheel at National Harbor is a unique way to view the Potomac River, National Harbor, and our nation’s Capital. How to Get to the National Harbor from DC Plan Your Visit to the Capitol Wheel Things to do at National Harbor Washington DC Walking Tours

London Under £100 a Day

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London on a budget 6 days

How to spend 6 days on a £100 a day budget in London London is notoriously expensive, but it is possible to visit the city on a budget! What follows here are a selection of 1-day itineraries that will have you seeing the best London has to offer, for well under £100 a day! Either […]

London Itineraries for Museum Lovers

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London Itineraries for Museum Lovers – How to spend up to 5 days in London’s best museums. London is home to some of the largest and most interesting museums in the world. From ancient artefacts to natural curiosities, British paraphernalia to pieces from around the world – there is a museum for everyone in London! Best […]

Things to Do in the Rain in Chicago

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Check out our Chicago Visitors Guide, with budget advice, travel guides, and information about local Chicago attractions Chicago’s weather can be hard to predict.  We have a saying here in Chicago that goes “If you don’t like the weather, wait 10 minutes.”  And it is true!  You can experience rain, sun, fog, humidity, hot, cold, […]

The White House Protester

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Washington DC White House

The longest continual peaceful protester in the United States, Concepcion Picciotto (also known as Connie) has become a local icon in Washington, D.C.  For over 30 years, Picciotto has been continually holding a vigil out of a small, white tent outside of the White House.  For many, she is simply known as the White House Protester. In January […]

Top 7 Things to Do like a Local in Chicago

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Welcome to Chicago!  The tourist destinations in the Windy City are AMAZING!  There is a reason why so many people from all over the world visit Millennium Park, the Sears Tower, the Field Museum, etc.  However, if you come to Chicago and want to “explore Chicago like a local”, here are the top 7 things […]

Washington, DC Running Tours

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You’re on vacation and you’ve taken up precious space in your suitcase for your sneakers and workout gear. You WILL continue your morning jogs, even in D.C. on the family trip, or the conference…. and then the week is over and you never even tied up those laces. It happens to all of us but […]

Self-Guided U Street Food and History Tour

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Once known as “Black Broadway,” U Street remains a trove of the capital’s African American history. The neighborhood first developed during the Civil War, as the city’s population jumped from 70,000 residents to over 200,000. Once the streetcars were completed on 14th and 7th streets, the U Street neighborhood became much more accessible. In 1865, the […]

What is the weather like in Washington, DC during July?

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July in the Nation’s Capital tends to be warm with periods of hot weather and the occasional thunderstorm. Early morning low temperatures will be mostly in the upper 60s F to lower 70s F (20-22C) but can occasionally dip to into the low to mid 60s F (17-18C). Afternoons tend to get very warm, mostly […]