12 thoughts on “The 3 Hour Tour…No Gilligan Here

  1. It looks like you had alot of fun and learned a lot about a city that you thought you knew already. It just goes to show that locals typically stick to the places that they know. This is true about where I am from also although I’m from a more rural areith a bit less cultural opportunities. However, it is possible to find new and exciting things to do particularly in the summer at local festivals.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it. I remember thinking when I took it that it wasn’t going to come out well because of the sun. Ha!

  2. New Orleans is one of my favorite cities – can't wait to visit again! My family took a Duck tour of our hometown a few years ago – it was cool to see the city through a tourist's eyes. I'd still rather go to New Orleans, though 🙂

  3. I don't live in a big city that offers tours, but this is definitely a great idea for a date day! It looks like from the pictures and your post you both had a wonderful time. I love experiencing new things and places in my city!

    1. We were like newlyweds again that week with my son visiting my parents. It was so nice to do something different. When we lived in Detroit, we always said we'd visit Motown and never did. We used to travel to Cleveland every weekend for almost a year and said we'd visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and never did. So we made an effort to embrace this.

  4. I'm not usually a big tour fan, but I have to say that the ones I have taken have been so full of information that I never would have gained on my own, and I loved that! Maybe I should start going on more!

    1. Hubby and I talk a lot about not caring for history in school or as kids. And now as adults and parents, we want to soak up as much as we can. With the Amazon Local Deal, it was $67. Well worth it!

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