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Ask for Ted. He's THE BEST!!! Great tour...as simple as that!!!
I enjoyed the tour with Mike, he knew a lot about the area, especially where to get the only decent coffee of my whole trip. Made by an Australian now living in Toronto. Shame that I was the only person on the tour would have ben better with a couple of other people.
if the goal was to see the ghetto and drug spots of Toronto, we covered it. Every other door front was a cabannis dealer which the tour guide readily endorsed. Very disappointing and of no value to us.
This was a great tour and the 7min one was enough to give you a great experience as well as the best view of the city. According to them they are the only one allowed to go near the CN tower aside from military aircraft.
Doing what: 7-Minute Helicopter Tour Over Toronto
I was visiting the city with a friend on Saturday. We had signed up for the city bike tour at 9 am.
The only bump in the road we had was the launch point. It ended up being a mall and no one inside knew anything about bike tours. We had arrived 15 minutes early and since the company has no store front, we were just supposed to stand right at the entrance of the mall and wait. I wasn't aware of any of that and ended up going on a wild goose chase around the city. They ended up contacting us 10 minutes past our departure time and we were able to find each other.
After all of that it was smooth sailing. My friend and I were the only two on this specific tour so it was really nice to have one on one attention and conversations. I realize that may not always be the case on every bike tour. Genny and Jeffrey were very helpful. Genny was able to tell us all kinds of facts all the way down to specific dates and peoples names. Jeffrey was a real woot. He went to great lengths to take pictures of us and capture the adventure we went on. By riding around to all of the different districts, it allowed us to see where we would like to eat and shop at when the tour was over. We were very impressed with how pedestrian friendly the city really is. It made me feel much safer than some other cities I've explored.
Even with a rough beginning, I would do it all over again. I recommend this to anyone that is visiting Toronto and wants to see the city in a few hours.
Thank you to Genny and Jeffrey. We both had a wonderful time!
Doing what: Downtown Toronto Bike Tour
Mike was a great tour guide. He was very informative and knowledgeable about the area and its history. I would highly recommend this tour with Mike.
It was not bad. You have to pay for your own drinks.
Basically the tour guide takes you to 3 different bars and let's you choose from a long list of beer to purchase. I wish the guide was actually a GUIDE that teaches the history of certain beers with tasting samples it needed to be more organized with clear and set goals. We were told that tasting samples were not encouraged to order. If it was more engaging and informing, I would probably consider of participating again.
Doing what: Small-Group Toronto Beer Tour
We had a small 4 persons but very interesting group with an excellent tour guide: Mike. Mike lives in one of the neighborhoods we visited and knew the area history, local architecture, and many of the store owners. I can highly recommend this tour and Mike as a tour guide.
It's a great way to know downtown Toronto. No one should worry about biking, they go really slow and following the tour guide. She, btw, is really nice. All I wish was we could have more time to walk in some places like The Distillery.
Doing what: Downtown Toronto Bike Tour
From our first coffee stop, to sampling local shortbread cookies, local mission breads, a great fish market, Mediterranean lunch, famous canadian bacon sampler, to a finishing local gelato...we had a great experience in Leslieville. A welcoming neighborhood, rich in history and the perfect Chef as our guide, we had an amazing experience
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