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Open-Air Autobus of Buffalo

Buffalo, NY, USA
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What a great way to see and learn about Buffalo's rich architectural history. The tour highlights what you need to see and the guide was very animated and kept you wanting more. I can't think of a better way to get an overview of the city. I will be back for more tours.
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The first 10 minutes of the tour was nice. Though rain started, the plastic wrap that comes down from the ceiling bars is pretty useless with any moderate rain. Everyone on the bus got completely wet, even people who were sitting in the inner side of the seats. Couple of folks
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We had no idea that Buffalo had so much great architecture and so many interesting sights. Our guide demonstrated very deep knowledge about everything we saw and everything we asked about. An architect himself, he has personal experience with and great passion for much of the
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Buffalo was left behind after the 1950's as industry drifted away. In result there was, happily, no "urban renewal" and many wonderful building by famous architects remain standing. This is a docent let tour not to be missed.
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My husband and I took the "Whirlwind" tour this past weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. Our guide is an architect for the City of Buffalo and provided an interesting and informative tour of landmark buildings in Buffalo. You don't need to be a native of Buffalo to enjoy this
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