This tour was the absolute best! The gardens were awesome. The windmills were actually working and you go inside! The shoe and cheese factory were fun. The boat ride gave a different perspective from the water. Lunch in the town was great. We ordered the fish and fries. You cannot go wrong on this trip. There was just so much included. Also, the wooden shoe factory guy was funny. I never thought any tour would include so much to see. All of the shops sold locally made items at reasonable prices.
The show and dinner were fantastic. The "skip the line" did not happened due to a mix up with the reservation. The "private balcony" was invaded by other people after the dinner. The staff sat us in the gift shop prior to the show with a glass of champagne to wait out the table being prepared. Other people stared at us as the line passed and they got seated before us. The gifts consisted of a DVD, two photos, matches with our pictures and a key chain. The dinner service was the best we had in Paris.
Skip the dinner, it was awful. They served French fries and a tough piece of beef. When we complained, the waiter did not offer a different choice. There was nothing on the menu that said French fries. We did not "Skip the Line" as a giant tour group had to be seated before us. Other people were stuck in the same line as us, waiting for seats. The "Unlimited Champagne" was not unlimited and was a poor quality, as was the wine. The show was not anywhere near as good as Moulin Rouge. There were five designated topless girls among the cast. It was odd to see the staff tell the tour group to open and serve their own champagne. At least ours got opened, but was not endless. If you go, just go see the show. I did not think it was a child friendly show, unless you think women topless laying on motorcycles is OK.
Great way to learn Miami Beach. You can go to the beach, shop, visit museums and much more. Alex was a great tour guide of the beach route. He knows what movies were filmed where. Some of the other guides were lazy. The Bay Cruise was great. You should reserve your cruise at the boat's kiosk, because it fills up. Don't wait too long to get into the boarding line or you may not get on the boat or be stuck in a bad seat. If you start out on the bus tour at the Bayside Shops, you have to turn your voucher into a ticket before going on the bus. The boat tour is in the marina on the other side of Bayside and not by the bus stop. The buses stop too early for you to do everything in one day. This was my second time using the Hop-On and will use it again. It's cheaper than taking a taxi to all the places.
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