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"Ride the Ducks" tour brings out kid in adults – Busy Mama – The Olympian – Olympia, Washington

Posted by on Jul 5, 2010 in Uncategorized

“Ride the Ducks” tour brings out kid in adults – Busy Mama – The Olympian – Olympia, Washington Fun. Loud. Rowdy. Those words pretty much sum up our family, which is why I couldn’t help but giggle when my husband and kids decided to book a “Ride the Ducks of Seattle” tour as part of my birthday extravaganza in the big city. “You better buy me a Wacky Quacker,” I warned, referring to the bright yellow duck bill-shaped noise- makers that the tour company sells as souvenirs. … Read more about Busy Mama’s birthday experience at Ride the Ducks of Seattle Do you have an experience that you’d like to share? Let us know by commenting on this blog, writing a review at www.TripAdvisor.com or emailing us at...

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Oliver DeRhode

Posted by on Jun 4, 2010 in Uncategorized

Thank you to Jian Golder of Green Light Press! For all our Chinese guests, this will give you a great overview of Ride the Ducks! Click here to read a review of Ride the...

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Seattle’s Child offers a great review!

Posted by on Jun 4, 2010 in Uncategorized

“Maybe you’ve seen them already – the boats on wheels driving around Seattle, filled with raucous passengers, driven by a microphone-wearing tour leader. Our family decided to be tourists in our town and Ride the Ducks! Ducks are World War II amphibious vehicles that reach a top speed on land of 38 miles per hour and motor effortlessly on Lake Union. Our captain was “Oliver D. Road,” and he was a fast-talking, easy-laughing driver, tour guide and mischief instigator. Whenever he pointed out a Starbucks, our response was to yell “Lattes!” as loud as we could. Touring on a duck means that the information you learn is always a little off-kilter. For example, I had never before put two and two together and noticed that the heart of Pioneer Square is actually a triangle. The tour goes from downtown to Fremont, into the Lake, and back for about a 90-minute trip. Our captain went through six silly hats and one wig in that time.” To read the full review by Machelle Allman, click here! Visit www.seattleschild.com for great information about living in Seattle with a...

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Travel Promotion Act

Posted by on Mar 5, 2010 in Uncategorized

Yesterday, President Obama signed into law the Travel Promotion Act, the first-ever national travel promotion and communications program to attract more international travelers to the United States! For more information about the Travel Promotion Act, visit www.ustravel.org, or check out the CVB press release here! Ride the Ducks is a blast for international travelers and we are excited to see more friendly faces from around the world...

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Cheap Seattle Flights

Posted by on Feb 27, 2010 in Uncategorized

CheapOair.com is the 7th largest online booking travel site and offers one of the best values in solutions for today’s savvy traveler! Check out their latest blog on Ride the Ducks of Seattle! Visit them at www.CheapOair.com for Cheap Flights to...

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