Very disorganized and inconsiderate of those who could not walk at a fast pace. My friend and I arrived at the destination and checked in. We were told to step outside and meet the tour guide. I approached a man with a sign and he said this was the bus tour group--follow him. We did and shortly after a woman approached us and said we were supposed to be with her. We walked "quite" a distance to reach the bus.
The bus tour was most enjoyable, and the diamond factory very interesting, For the "skip the line" we all were to disembark the bus and were told to wait at the corner which we did and ,stood with a family. Fortunately, the young lady noticed the guide cut across the street considerably before the corner and we did our best to catch up with her. People should be cautioned that if you have a problem with steps, serious thought should be given to taking the tour of the Anne Frank House. Many of the steps are narrow and very steep.
The is called a bus tour but, in addition, there is considerable walking involved and the tour leaders need to be more sensitive to those who are joining them.
We went on our own as my friend was exhausted from all the walking on the first part of the tour. She was not up to two hours of walking the Red Light District. It was an interesting experience and we were glad we saw it. Friends went at 3:00 in the afternoon and saw more activity than we saw on a Saturday evening; however, they went down some of the side streets and we did not venture off the main road. Also, the rain became quite heavy that evening.
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