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The best and most stimulating and informative trips are with Derek and Emilio (Beach Tour); Dave and Edwin (Little Havana Tour---GREAT! Chock full of history and information); Joshua (Art Deco); and the lively and superb Ellie (Mid City/Art/African American Tour). THANKS!
Only problem was city tour the guide was very hard to undetstand. Either needs to speak more clearly or get a new microphone.
Good tours, saw loads of interesting things and were given good information. Worth doing to get local knowledge. Didn't see any beach though.
Very good. We always use a hop on hop off bus when in a new city to get our bearings. The guides were very good bringing up ponchos when ti rained.
Enjoyed the tour and the tour guide. Weather was overcast so it made it nice on the upper deck.
This is a great way to see all the sights in Miami. The tour guides were funny, knowledgeable and very informative. One bit of advice for people, ALWAYS try to take the busses with live guides, not with the taped recordings, unless you need to hear it in a different language. The only City tour left for the day had the headsets and while it was still informative it seemed a bit boring.
Great way to see Miami. Loved the boat cruise add on. Staff very nice, convenient and many stops available. Enjoyed lunch at Versailles Restaurant stop (Cuban eateries). Thanks for the stop at Little Havana, enjoyed that opportunity. Coconut Grove was great, wish there was a stop near the water in Coconut Grove with shopping; but the Mall was great. South Beach is a great place to stop and enjoy the beach.
You may want to better describe stop # 12 of the Beach tour as there really was not much shopping there: TJ Maxx and Publix and Best Buy. The descriptions leads one to believe it includes much more.