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Washington tour guide was excellent, a lot to cover for short time

from the meeting place-very busy but quite safe, double checked for tickets but not ID. The bus- clean and ok for comfort, got toilet but not enough support to be left clean by customer- a bit unsanitary. Excellent and safe drivers, respect everyone as adult. Bi-lingual tour guide is excellent, except some people just don't get it. So sometimes we lost time by waiting on them. Short but informative visit to the center with 10 minute video. Lots and lots of walking, sometimes very unforgiving to older generations, specially on a hot and humid day. No options to eat at chinatown, wherein, food is a little cheaper and interesting. No megaphone for everyone to hear what instruction was being given, so sometimes the older generations makes mistake by not being on time. Only a black open umbrella was used as a point or mark to head back to the bus or where the guide will be at a certain time. Bill, a veteran, our tour guide was excellent- historically more believable than the statue/building

Good tour once the bus fiasco was figured out

Our tour guide was amazing. Very knowledgeable. Loading the bus was a bit of a fiasco. We met at the meeting point, boarded the coach bus with nice plush seats, and phone chargers. Only to be told at 7:05pm (when your was supposed to begin at 7) that we were switching to an open top bus tour with a limited number of seats that are covered below. The tour advertised “glass rooftop” tour. Not open bus. It was a chilly night. Although dry, we hit bushes that were soaked with rain and slapped is in the face. Also, the experience promised a 3.5 hr tour and it was just shy of 3. I would take it again, but should be noted if it’s an open top Bus as several people were unprepared for the wet and cold open top Bus.

Washington D.C. Twilight Evening Bus Tour Reviewed by Jennifer, 05/04/2019

The Best Way to Start Your Vacation in D.C.

We brought my older sister to D.C. and since she has not been to this city since she was 10, we decided to take the tour our first night in D.C. We rode the metro to Union Station where we had dinner and then took the Monument's Tour. It was the best decision we made and the most time we spent off our feet all week. We got to see almost all of the monuments and then decided which ones we wanted to revisit more in depth that week (Vietnam Wall and Korean Monument need lots of time). Thank you for a wonderful start to our vacation. I would recommend this tour to everyone.

Great tour, needed a bit more time at some of the monuments

Charlie was a great guide, The bus were great, clean and comfortable. the tour was well organized, and perfect for a family with smaller children or anyone who can't walk all across the Mall. I could have used a bit more time at two stops in particular, we had to hurry through the FDR monument in order to see the Martin Luther King Jr. Monument. Then at the Lincoln, Vietnam, and Korea monument stop there is time to see two of the three, not all three.

Washington D.C. Twilight Evening Bus Tour Reviewed by Steven, 07/26/2018

Mr. History was our tour guide - he and whole tour were amazing!

Our tour was incredible and Mr. History our guide was so engaging! He made what we were seeing come alive and we learned so many facts and background information that we did not know. He also gave our son a chance to say the Gettysburg Address to everyone - what a great impression on an 11 year old boy! Thanks for a great opportunity!