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Santa Wonders

December 7, 2016
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What does Santa dream about? What’s he thinking? Where does that sparkle in his eye come from? Well, we see him every day. Why don’t you come down and ask him? He’s here at Absolutely Chicago Segway by special request at 12:15pm and 3:15pm every day!

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Santa Has Landed!

December 3, 2016
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Santa has made is yearly trip to Chicago to our little shop under Maggie Daley Park. He has made special arrangements to meet with very special boys and girls for an hour and a half of singing, storytelling, and pure joy. Check out our website if you want to book an amazing once in a […]

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Muscatine Journal

October 28, 2016
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Thanks to our friends in Muscatine, IA for posting this beautiful photo of a Segway in the sunset. This is one of the many amazing views of Chicago that are available on our tours. The Muscatine Journal posted this, and one of our friends found it. We think it’s gorgeous. What do you think?

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The Bad Plus is Headlining Jazz Fest

August 29, 2016
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What better theme to Segway too? Think of one. I dare you.   The Bad Plus are headlining the Chicago Jazz Festival this year. They wont be doing time-warping covers like We Are the Champions and Karma Police, but they will be performing Ornette Coleman’s masterpiece album, Science Fiction, with guest artists Tim Berne, Ron […]

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Pokemon Go!

July 18, 2016
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Set your eggs in your incubators and stretch out your thumbs because we’re gonna be tossing Pokemon balls in Grant Park! Absolutely Chicago Segway Tours has been bit by the Poke bug and like the teeth of a Raticate, we’ve sunk in deep. Soon we will be offering a Pokemon Go specific tour to feed […]

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It’s Dad’s Day Dude!

June 14, 2016
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This is my Dad, Joe Stamilio. He was born in Corning, New York. He joined the Army and was stationed in Germany. He went to Indiana University where he met my mom, Nancy. He lived in Chicago when the Bears won the Superbowl. Then we moved to New Orleans. He worked in this building: Now […]

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