Stroll 66 on the 6th–Monthly Chicago Walking Tours
What better day each month to celebrate the history and importance of Route 66 in Chicago than the 6th? Explore the Double-6 and its neighborhood every month on the 6th!
Month in and Month out, keep your eye on the 6th and if you are available and in the area, you will find me talking and walking somewhere on or about Route 66 in Chicago!
The time of day that each tour starts will vary, but it will always be 66 minutes after an hour! (The first tour on 9/6/11 will start at 12:66 p.m., a.k.a. 1:06 p.m. to most folks!) Some will be scheduled for mornings, some in the afternoon, and some will be during Happy Hour after people are done with their 9-to-5s! (These might even include a bar crawl or two, or SIX!)
These tours will start and/or stop on Route 66 (Adams Street or Jackson Boulevard in the Loop and Near West Side, Ogden Avenue in North Lawndale, Cicero, Berwyn, Lyons, and McCook, Joliet Road in Lyons, McCook, Countryside, Indian Head Park, and Burr Ridge). They will then venture into the neighboring streets and stories, interpreting the present, past, and future of these historic environs.
Each month will provide a new adventure on the 6th–on and around the DOUBLE-6! These tours will cost $12.00 per person–66% of my normal price of $18 per person.
Reservations will be required! If you would like to walk on the 6th on 66 please email me at email@example.com or contact me through this page: http://windycityroadwarrior.com/Contact.html or call me at 312-432-1284
As well, write on my wall at Facebook if you wish: http://www.facebook.com/windy.city.road.warrior/The tours are subject to cancellation if fewer that six reservations are received by the previous day. Therefore, the first SIX people to make reservations and show up for the tour will always receive a special gift! Such as a set of five full-color Chicago Route 66 Postcards!
Tours will be announced on my Web site and posted on my calendar. The schedule, details, and itinerary will be posted here, as will the journals of past tours. Just keep an eye on what is going on–on the 6th on 66!