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Our guide Remy was both knowledgeable and entertaining. He was well prepared also. I would recommend this tour to everyone.
Great tour!!!!! Very knowledgable guide had a good pace with the different speeds of the visitors
Tour guide was very knowledgable and fun! Great tour covered a lot of areas of interest in reasonable amount of time.
Excellent guide it made us understand the city and how it was built and an inside into the people who made it. We would highly recommend this tour.
Our tour guide (Tom) was a resident in NYC during the 9/11 tragedy, his description of the actions taken by New Yorkers was beautiful and inspiring. A great tour that I would certainly recommend to others!
Very nice tour if you are visiting new york city, filled our day and the tour leader was very informative, thanks
Excellent tour! Our guide Bobby was very nice and extremely knowledgable! Well worth the money!
This was a great way to get some NYC sight-seeing done in one day. We had a super guide!
The waether was bitter cold in the minus figures, but dry so we layered up for this trip. The subway journey down to Wall Street was very quick - arrived in time to meet our guide at 9am. He was a very good guide, very helpful, funny, imformative and friendly. The visit to Wall Street was very informative including the fact that most of it has transformed into Condo's and Gym's since 9/11 happened.
The walk down to the memorial site took us through Trintiy Church - it was nice to get warmed up before the next outside venture. The guide told us about St Paul's Chapel whci was unharmed in the attack however pointed out that it wasn't covered in this trip but well worth a visit if we had chance.
When we arrived at the memorial, the sun was out and highlighted what a beautiful tribute the pools are. Very meaningful and there were some roses in situ for birthday's etc. Sadly the museum opening had been delayed till 21 May 2014 but on looking through the glass walls, we managed to see the girders which had been left behind when the tragedy happened.
We then walked down to Battery Park to visit the Statue of Liberty - well worth the visit eventhough we didn't go inside as we had already done this in 1995 and guess it hadn't changed much. when we had finished, we got the boat back to the mainland and then set of the visit St Paul's Chapel - WOW !!! That definately hits home what happened to anyone who visits - this is a must. Again we have recomended this to our friends who are travelling to New York in May 14.
Guide very good had all the answers to my questions would recommend thanks
The tour was great and very informative. The tour guy was awesome and funny and knew a lot of New York and the sights.
Our tour was great! Bobby was an excellent tour guide. He was funny, pleasant and knew his stuff. It was absolutely freezing (around 22, but we live in AZ so we were very chilly) and he did his best to keep us moving and entertained. I was so glad that I had booked the tour because NYC can be overwhelming and this tour helped us get our bearings and actually learn something about the city.