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It was 32 degrees and the wind was blowing strong! But our guide, Bonnie did a get job. Best way to see to city.
We came to Boston 2 days early before starting a 7 day cruise to see the City, JFK Museum and ride the Segways. The cruise was great but for my Wife and I, this two hours spent on the Segways was the most fun of all. We will be looking for other places to ride the Segways. Also, we are both in our late 60's, this was our first experience and it was easy to learn, WOW!
Brilliant way to see Boston when you have only a couple of days. Great guide in Dave
Thompson was a great guide around Boston - seeing the city by Segway, you get to see so much more than a walking tour - awesome!
We found this a great way to get oriented with Boston's landscape, history, museums and attractions. In 2-hours we covered the North-end to Cambridge to Beacon Hill.
Our guide worked safety, history and snapshots, plus shot a few shots with my camera. If he provides the follow-up snapshots he promised, it really helps keep us from trying to do the same from our Segways.
The bonus for us - Captain Bob, our guide, finished the tour with a return to Bostons Long Wharf north, looking east past the Logan airport tower at the supermoon just posted.
Great way to go!!! Captain Bob guided our tour and was very informative about the historical sights we were seeing. He always had our safety in mind. He always kept us entertained and relaxed. Saw so much more up close and personal on the Segways the we ever would have had time for on foot. He took many photos of us and the sights along the way, which were provided to us at no additional charge : I highly recommend Captain Bob and this tour!! It was as easy as riding a bike!
Two hour tour was packed with information and sites. It was a great mix of riding and information intake. Bob was personable and took great pictures for the group. We covered a lot of ground. I would do it again. Thanks Bob.