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Washington, DC: Free tours?

In this article from the Washington Post, you can read about two recent college graduates who are offering free, tip-based tours of the National Mall area. However, the professional tour guides are not too happy.

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I would think there should be enough room for both. They sound like fun tours. Have you taken one yet?

No, I haven't taken one of their tours, I guess I am more used to showing people around than going on tours myself! But I am sure I could learn a lot if I did.

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