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We had a great tour with Bill. He provided a lot of interesting facts about the area how the High Line Park came to be. It really is an oasis of calm and beauty when walking n Manhattan and we loved it.
Loved the tour and Annie was a wonderful guide!! There is so much more info we wouldn't have known if we'd just strolled it by ourselves.
We had a great time with the fabulous Annie - highly recommend
Annie was great! The Highline far surpassed our expectations-a very close second to Central Park. So well done. NYC has so many reasons to be proud of their city. I will definitely visit the Highline on my next trip to NYC.
What an interesting and fun way to spend a morning in NYC! A whole lot of people cared enough to work tirelessly for years to raise the money and do whatever was necessary to preserve and repurpose this piece of history. Our guide was wonderful and knowledgeable. The High Line is a NYC jewel.
Very good - went to Chelsea market first which was brilliant. Our tour guide Annie was very informative and gave us some great tips for our stay in New York. Park was very busy but plenty of places to stop and rest and to have a drink. Look forward to new part opening and visiting on next trip.
Our guide, Annie, was great - a real New Yorker. Loved the tour of Chelsea Market that she gave us before the High Line Park tour as well.
Excellent tour! Since it was a cold, windy day, we had Annie D., the Guide, all to ourselves. She was outstanding and had a great knowledge of the early history of NYC. We could also pace the tour to a speed with which we were comfortable. We would recommend this tour to everyone and recommend Annie as a Tour Guide for every tour. This was a wonderful, enlightening and memorable day for us!
Great Sunday morning walk and got to see a couple of celebrities on the walk
Our guide was fabulous in terms of style,content and interaction with us. He brought historical area knowledge and visuals to add to the narrative for the tour.
We had a wonderful tour led by Annie Dawson. SHe was one of the best tour guides I've had, giving us just the right amount of information with amusing tidbits about the construction of the High Line and the city. She obviously loves people and her city. We look forward to taking more tours with her!
Our tour was well organized and informative. Bill, our guide, had a wealth of knowledge of the area. We have been to NY many, many times and have only taken one other tour. We will definitely call him to set up another tour when we return to NY, Thanks
Derek did a good job highlighting the High Line walking tour. The initial meeting situation could use some work, no one knew really what was going to happen. Once the guide showed up, we got it figured out. Just follow the light sabre
Our tour guide was Anna and she was very knowledgeable about the area. We really enjoyed the tour, helped by great weather, the High Line walk gives you good views around the area. We did feel though that the tour would have been better taken the other way around- finishing in the meatpacking district as we would have like to continue to walk around by ourselves and spend more time at the Chelsea Market. Definately recommended
Amazing tour. Would definitely do again next time I'm in New York with my partner. It's an amazing walk and great views!
It is always good to use a local guide as you receive so much more information than if you had done this on your own. We enjoyed the High Line and the surrounding area and information we received.
The tour was good. I enjoy having history and the relevant view at the same time. For me, there could have been more talking. Also, the guide frequently talked while walking, but without noticing that some people were outside of his range. Not dawdling, but unable to be within hearing range due to the physical facts of the moment
This tour was an interesting look at the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan and the newly opened High Line Park. It should be even better after early June, 2011, when the second half of the park is expected to open.