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Renegade Tour Guide in Portland, Oregon

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  1. I had one day to visit Portland on my own. This was by far the best way to experience Portland. By the end of the tour, I had made a new friend, learned a lot about Portland, and had a lot of fun. We all laughed a lot. I also felt very comfortable walking around the city after having seen so much of it in just an hour and a half. The stories were great. I never would have gotten any of that information on my own. And then after the tour, Erik helped identify other great things to do with the rest of the day. I was lucky enough to be there for the biggest brew fest of the year.

  2. jainr5 says:

    HI,
    what bout your hours for July 1 and July 2? is it still one tour at day starting at 11AM?

    • Yes, it is still one tour at 11am. The 4:30 tour will start on July 3rd. We had to push the date back due to technical difficulties with our TripAdvisor account and also a delay with the printer who is doing our flyers.

  3. Tracy says:

    Hi Erik: These posts are pretty old. Are you still touring? :)
    We’re arriving Nov 21st and hope to get a tour.

    • Hey Tracy, unfortunately there won’t be a tour on Nov 21st. We will update the 2014 closing date here pretty soon, but it will definitely be before Nov 21st. Please come back and visit during our usual tour season, May to October!

  4. Sheila says:

    Hi Erik, I assume October 11/12 are definite??

  5. Kat says:

    How long is the tour? When and where does it end?

    • The tour runs approximately 2 hours, from 11am to 1pm. It ends in front of Voodoo Donuts, which is on SW 3rd and Burnside, right near the Saturday Market and Chinatown. It ends a 6 minute walk from where we started the tour. You can also take the MAX light rail train back to Pioneer Square…

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