My husband said if he could give Michael 10 stars he would! This was our first tour of this type. We travel a lot and take a lot of guided tours. We have never taken a running tour. We are completely sold on it. Michael...More
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Fun! Easy run through old city and river front. Stopped along the way to see and hear great info. Very friendly, knowledgeable guide. Ended with a terrific beer.
My wife and I were the only ones in the group so our amazing guide, Faye, customized our run. She asked what we already seen in the city and changed our run so we could see some different sights. Faye was very knowledgeable, funny, and...More
Our high school running club recently ran the Liberty Bell tour with Faye and her colleagues. What a fun morning. The pace was relaxed (though I believe you can set your own pace) over flat terrain. We stopped at many historic sights, including memorials, Elfreth's...More
No better way to learn about a city you are visiting then to run the streets. Faye was a great tour guide. My wife and I got to learn a few more things that are not in the tour books.
Great way to get to know hidden treasures of a city. I have lived in Philadelphia all of my life and was pleased to learn new facts about Philly. Rich, our tour guide, was excellent!
We did the 3 mile brewery tour and it was perfect. Like most tourists, you eat and drink your way around a city. The running tour is the perfect way to tour the city and not feel too guilty when you overindulge on your vacation!...More
We had a very good tour / run with Faye. She ran at our pace and was very knowledgeable, even with somebody that was from the area.
This was such a rejuvenating way to spend a Sunday morning! Our tour guide, Fay, did such a wonderful job! She made sure everyone had enough water and we all were comfortable with the speed. It was a small group, but I could see us...More
It was a great way to get oriented to the city and learn some nice place to go running on my own. The tour guide, Faye, was great!