SidewalkGuides Launches Its Downloadable Walking Tour of Washington, D.C.'s Embassy Row

SidewalkGuides new tour of Embassy Row will show visitors one of D.C.'s most famous neighbhorhoods. You'll see embassies, monuments to world leaders, the Vice Presidential mansion, the National Cathedral, and more.
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July 7, 2008 - PRLog -- announces the launch of its downloadable walking tour of Washington,       D.C.'s Embassy Row neighborhood.  The Embassy Row tour is the fifth downloadable walking tour of Washington available on    "We are thrilled to launch our latest tour of Washington in Embassy Row," said Matthew Bester, founder of  "The Embassy Row tour is a great way to spend an afternoon learning about one of Washington's most famous neighborhoods."

Starting at the Dupont Circle metro subway station, the two-hour Embassy Row tour provides the stories behind the well-known and not-so-well-known sites along Massachusetts Avenue.  Over 20 different stops along the tour, visitors will see and learn about embassies, monuments to 20th Century leaders, including Winston Churchill and Mohandas Gandhi, the Vice Presidential mansion, the National Cathedral, and much more.  Also for sale at are tours of the National Mall & Monuments, Pennsylvania Avenue, Civil War Washington, and Arlington Cemetery.

Taking a SidewalkGuides tour is simple: users select and purchase their tours at  They are then automatically taken to a screen where they can download and load their tour onto their computer and mp3 player.  Each stop on the tour has its own audio file, so it's easy to stop and start through the tour.'s tours provides an economical and convenient alternative to guided tours. They create a compelling and personalized tour experience at your own pace without needing to accomodate a tour group's or guide's schedule.  All SidewalkGuides tours are subway accessible, so there is no need to drive to take the tours.  They present interesting notable stories and history of local sites in an easy to understand format that will enrich anyone's visit to Washington.

# # # is a company dedicated to creating compelling downloadable audio tours that convey local stories and history. Our customers can ditch the guidebook and take a neighborhood tour on their time, and at their own pace.

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