Reviewer: Arthur Goldsmith
The tour covered a lot of ground and information in one day. Boston, Cambridge, Concord. Lexington and more. The heart of the tour was our guide, whose name is Sam I Am. No, that’s not a typo, that how he refers to himself. A veritable fountain of information, facts and figures. The Revolutionary War, he knows the ins and outs. He knows the history of eac area we visited. He was the tour! One of the best tours we have ever taken. Certainly a lot better than the ships tour. We, my wife and myself heartily recommend this tour. Even better, it’s cheaper than the ships tour!
Reviewer: Sharron Hodgson
What saved this tour, especially the morning portion, was the Tour Guide. He should quit his day job and be a stand-up Comedian. He was hilarious, had amazingly interesting antidotes and history about the city of Boston. He made the entire tour. The morning portion was very boring and long. Stopping to get out of the bus to see a Monument or statue is NOT of interest to the majority of people. Drop the morning portion and stick with the Boston City proper tour. SHOULD include stops throughout the city!
This tour was well organized and the guide was very professional. We took the tour while our cruise ship was docked for the day. I will note that a walk of about one mile was required to meet the bus but the bus returned us to the pier. With this in mind, people with mobility issues could have difficulty getting from a cruise ship to the meeting place.