Walking backward while talking is useful for leading a tour, demonstrating a moonwalk, or retreating from a room full of ominously staring toddlers. See the reverse saunter put to good use with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a Paul Revere walking tour with pizza for one person (a $50 value)
- $250 for a private Paul Revere walking tour with pizza for 10 people (a $500 value)<p>
Guests plunge into Boston’s oldest neighborhood—the North End—to sample two slices of Little Italy’s pizza, purchase some finely brewed local craft beers, and learn about the life of Paul Revere and his impact on Boston’s landscape. The tour stops outside Paul Revere’s one-time residence before traversing city blocks to view his statue, which commemorates the famous ride he took to warn America’s parents of the arrival of The Beatles. Oral storytelling tickles visitors’ ears as they venture inside the tavern that hosted the clandestine meetings of the fathers of the American Revolution, and sends shivers down spines and past full bellies at the final stop—Revere’s burial site. <p>
HipHost taps into the teeming river of local pride that runs through every city to power its huge range of sightseeing tours. Locals eager to unveil the true history and hotspots of their beloved home can contact the company to become tour hosts. Once new guides have set up their tour and peppered the website with pictures of the many sites to be seen, HipHost directs guests their way. Visitors might learn the history of an important historical figure such as Paul Revere on a Boston walk fueled by Little Italy's pizza and local craft brews, or they might skip the history lesson and, like a centipede in search of a stool, crawl from pub to pub in New Orleans. HipHost encourages guests to thank, review, and tip the local hosts for sharing their time and expertise.