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What a great trip. Our driver was wonderful. He kept up a running commentary of what we were seeing along the route. The plantation was nice and the pralines were the best
FANTASTIC trip - fully enjoyed the bus ride out with the informative (and fun!) driver!! Oak Valley is beautiful and the guide there was great too - enjoyed the mint julips as well!!
It was a wonderful tour and our guide was fantastic! His stories made the bus ride fun.
If looking for an insight into plantation life and life in the south this tour is very well suited.
We are telling everyone what a GREAT tour this was, just wish we had been able to stay longer at the plantation for the amount of time it took us to get there.
The guide was knowledgeable and the plantation beautiful. I wish we had more time to explore the grounds and shops of the plantation. It seems that I spent whatever free time we were allowed in line at the bathroom.
The plantation was impressive as was the knowledge of the house tour guide. However the best part of the tour was the bus driver/guide. He was especially knowledgeable and presented the facts with an entertaining flair.
What a beautiful place! Only negative is the time limit at Oak Alley as so much to look at but couldn't get to it all before the bus heads off.
From the driver to the staff at Oak Alley all were excellent. I could have listened to the stories the driver related about the area all day. Our guide at Oak Alley was second generation and extremely passionate about the history of the area.
This was the last of five tours in three for my group. I really enjoyed the comfortable ride in the motor coach. The driver described some points of interest along the way and gave some history about the sugar and cotton industry. The plantation was beautiful and the guided tour was nice. It was sad to think about the role the slaves played. All that beauty build on the backs of the slaves. Very little was mentioned about that in this tour, however they are in the process of building replicas of the cabins the slaves lived in.