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Our tour guide, Tom was by far the best tour guide we had on our whole trip. He was prepared, personal but still focused on the topic at hand, lots of great info, flexible, fascinating, animated, professional, wow, wow, wow! Ask for Tom!!!!!!!
Excellent! A really interesting tour. James the tour guide was informative and amusing. He gave us a great insight into the history of wall street and also the effect recent global financial crisis had on the area.
The walk around the Wall Street area was made interesting by our guide who shared bits of history and anecdotes about the buildings and people who lived and worked in the area. We were surprised to learn the relatively small amount of actual trading that is done now on site. Our guide was personable, seemed informed and provided informative comments to our questions and comments. The experience was well worth our time and money and we didn't even have to use our umbrellas except to screen from the sun.
We really enjoyed our tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and engaging and his oratory skills were great for speaking loud enough for everyone in our group of over 20 to hear him over the hustle and bustle of the city. He really made the experience. We learned a great deal and were taken to new areas of the city we hadn't experienced before. We felt it was worth the time and $$
Educational, fun and a witty guide, this was a most enjoyable tour and well worth doing. Highly recommended.
This was very worthwhile spoiled only by the current protestors which meant several of the streets were barricaded and 2 buildings closed. I was the only one on that day and the guide was a wealth of information about current and historical facts. Certainly for the economist and financial pundit but very very good.
There was not enough
Information about Wall Street. Sandy seemed to get distracted by other events. We visited a church which was unexpected and had nothing to do with Wall Street.
It was terrible. A waste of money. It was rush around to buildings where a one-minute history lesson from ancient times was recited. No real interesting wall street information!
Very bad because they moved the tour one hour ago and I did not get notified neither through email or phone. I wrote an email about this but did not get any reply.