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    The guides were very knowledgeable, but describing it as a walking tour isn't exactly accurate. It was really 2 lecture spots that were quite far apart, where you see 1 or 2 relevant locations on the walk betweeen the 2 spots. I would recommend eliminating most of the irrelevant walking by starting at Hamilton's house, walk to the original site and temporary church location, and then back to the house. You should also see if you can be allowed to include a tour of the house in the presentation. Also, smoking on a tour is very disrespectful to the people on the tour and quite unprofessional. We couldn't really get away from the smoke. I believe you have a brilliant niche, but you need to work on some ideas to make it more valuable and appealing to the audience and more professional, and it will really take off!
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    What a fun and amazing way to learn about American history! The energy of the tour and the depth of the content kept us 200% engaged. By the end, you really dont want the tour to finish. You want to learn more :)
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    Our Guides Jimmy and Gregory were so knowledgeable and passionate about Hamilton and this period of our nation's history. This was the best guided walking tour I have ever been on. I look forward to the upcoming Philadelphia Hamilton tour I want to bring my teenage neice.
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    We had a very enjoyable time listening to Jimmy Napoli and walking around the area. He was very knowledgeable and told the story with great enthusiasm. His love of the subject matter was evident.
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    Tour guide Jimmy was fantastic - as informative as a graduate-level history course, with tone of a master story teller. He was funny, engaging...blew us away. We cried at the end - sorry to have the tour end. GO!!