Susan Glaser, writer for Cleveland.com, loved our “tricked-out bus,” and explains in her blog post why you should, too!
“The performers were terrific fun, but equally entertaining were everyday New Yorkers’ unscripted reactions to these unexpected street scenes.”
“By the end of the ride, the show turned inside, with Ride passengers belting out a vigorous version of ‘New York, New York’ to a growing Times Square audience on the sidewalk. Cheesy? Sure, but just try to keep quiet.”
Don’t forget to give your New York City knowledge a bit of a tune-up before your adventure, though. You’ll be asked a whole bunch of questions about the city, and we expect you to know the answers!
“The guides filled in gaps between the 15 street performances with banter and New York trivia — covering everything from the $75 million restoration of the ceiling at Grand Central Terminal to the gargoyles on the Chrysler Building, made out of old hubcaps.”
“But the conversation felt like little more than filler while we waited for more of the real deal, which was taking place outside, alongside all those iconic buildings.”