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What You'll Get
A city is a place of tremendous variety, usually constructed upon rock ‘n’ roll. Plumb the secret depths of D.C. with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a two-hour segway sightseeing tour from Capital Segway (up to an $80 value).
Capital Segway's tours allow sightseers to cover an entire day's worth of sightseeing in just two hours and secure a clear glimpse of federal landmarks unobstructed by bus windows or disgruntled hang gliders. Balanced elegantly atop well-maintained Segway i2 and x2 off-road machines, upright riders survey our nation's capital atop their glistening steeds. After a brief training session, segwayfarers embark on a campaign at speeds up to 12.5 mph to rediscover such pillars of history as the White House, Botanical Gardens, Smithsonian, FBI Building, Capitol Building, and the combination KFC/Sunglass Hut. Enthusiastic, knowledgeable guides lead evening tours as well, so riders can follow the Potomac River at dusk and experience the national monuments illuminated. Along the way, Capital Segway relays enlightening historical tidbits through iPod-based audio systems; don't forget to tote along a camera.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservations required. Must be 16 or older. Subject to availability and weather. Not valid 3/26-4/10, 5/26-5/30, 7/1-7/5, or 9/2-9/5. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Capital Segway
The combination of Capital Segway’s high-quality apparatuses and expert local guides make the touring establishment a go-to adventure for visitors to the D.C. area. The Segway PTs, or personal transporters, come outfitted with features such as noiselessness and off-road capability in case participants want to explore the White House’s backyard mud pit. Adding to the experience are the highly lauded guides, who fill the noggins of visitors with DC trivia on landmarks such as the FBI Building and the Air and Space Museum.