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Loved the small group! Enjoyed getting the history of Carmel and the different business. Yummy treats along the way. Our tour guide was awesome. Heaps of fun!!
Staci was terrific! Not only did we experience an excellent variety of restaurants with savory tastings, she includes some history surrounding Carmel during the tour. Don't miss it!
An enjoyable day with out of town guests, filling lunch along the way and pleasant guide. It is a well thought out tour and great Carmel experience.
This was a fun and enjoyable way to look at Carmel. Mig our tour guide felt like she knew us all. She was very lively and personal. Loved the food and the places we found. Heard they are going to have a breakfast tour....hey sign me up!
This tour is fantastic! Knowledgable tour guide, great food and drink, interesting history, wonderful restaurants and shops. I highly recommend it for people who know Carmel and those who are new to the city. We had a great time!
I booked the Small-Group Food and Wine Walking Tour in Carmel just as an "extra" on our coastline drive from San Diego to San Francisco. Am I glad I did! Our tour guide was excellent, she really new the town well and the establishments she includes on the tour were all places I would return too. Good choice.
This is one tour that everyone should do. The places visited, the foods eaten and the wines tasted were A-1. Tracy was very knowledgeable interesting and lots of fun as a tour guide. Every aspect of this tour was top rate and like the 'cherry on top of the sundae' for our vacation. Thanks so much! Kay Lynn and Gary, FL
This was a very pleasant way to spend a few hours in Carmel. Our guide Debbie led us around to sample some very fine foods and beverages, thoughtfully providing a good substitute beverage for our underage daughter. She was also sensitive to special diets. One of the women on the tour was vegetarian, and that was accommodated. Several of the places we stopped were unique and interesting apart from the food, and she filled us in on their backgrounds.