Tours in Five Corners


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  • Vancouver Segway Tours
    With its historical sites and lush greenery flanking the undulating Columbia River, Vancouver, Washington, is a Pacific Northwest paradise for the laid-back. This is just fine with Vancouver Segway Tours, a family-owned company that invites its patrons to experience the small city in one of the most relaxed manners—from a Segway. The upright machines, which balance themselves through dynamic stabilization technology and yoga classes in their off-hours, respond to the movements of the rider, moving forward and backward along with the helmeted guests. This allows the riders to glide through the city's streets and park paths comfortably and confidently as they learn historic tidbits about the area.
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    612 E Reserve St
    Vancouver, WA US
  • Citywide Food Tours
    Boston, Portland, San Antonio, Phoenix, Miami, Providence ––each city possesses a distinct culture, a varied cuisine, and a subset of neighborhoods full of hot spots and hole in the walls. All of these inspire the guides of Citywide Food Tours as they craft tasting adventures that both expand patrons' palates and illuminate the city in which they live. The gastronomic sherpas lead walking tours through the streets to local eateries and food trucks while dropping tidbits about the area’s history, such as its major battles and most attractive mayors. Guests get to taste three courses’ worth of the city’s finest cuisine at the stops, filling up while meeting new friends.
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    2600 SE Division St.
    Portland, OR US
  • Sunspots International
    Sunspots International has the best amenities around. Enjoy Sunspots International when you stay in Portland. Guests will appreciate the nearby parking options, especially when they need to load and unload their car. For a top-notch and affordable vacation destination, book a room at Sunspots International in Portland and reap the benefits.
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    1918 NE 181st Ave
    Portland, OR US
  • Brewcycle
    Cruising along at a leisurely pace of about 5 mph, the BrewCycle is entirely human-powered. Harnessing the pedaling force of between 8 and 15 passengers, it moves along the road at a steady clip. The on-board sound-system urges partygoers on as they pedal from brewery to brewery, stopping along the way for pints at three local pubs during two-hour pub crawls.
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    1945 NW Quimby St.
    Portland, Oregon US

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