This tour represented a very full, but enjoyable, evening. Overall, I feel that timing could have been much better coordinated. Too much of the evening was spent waiting in lines. While I know that many tours visit these key Parisian attractions, I feel that some planning in advance might have kept us from spenind as much time standing in line to ascend the Tour Eiffel we spent actually eating our dinner.
Giverny is spectacular! Monet's gardens were not only beautiful in their own right; they were also very moving to us as fans of Monet's work and Impressionist art, overall. The Versailles leg of the tour was ill-coordinated and rushed. The tour leader took nearly an hour to assemble and distribute audio guides -- a painful waste of time.
London, United Kingdom
There was no line at Kensington! This website fails to mention that the palace is absolutely in shambles as it is under renovation! Tours still run, though. Tourists follow a bizarre, contrived agenda as they wander though the darkened rooms of the place while "finding" clues about the princesses that inhabited the palace . All this in the midst of strobe-lit installation art exhibits that occupy the handful of rooms to which the public has access. Unsettling, surreal, and almost laughably bad -- skip this tour until renovations are completed!
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