Ralph’s girlfriend is a very lucky lady. We only got to spend one day with him, whereas she gets him every day.
Add to the fact that Bernice handles the coach driving like a NASCAR veteran and you have the makings of a bloody good day.
Ralph is a funny man - no two ways. A very, very funny man in fact, but don’t let disguise the fact that he knows his stuff (and that’s a lot of stuff). In fact, it is almost as if he has a criminal mind for it. However, what is most impressive is that he delivers is with warmth, humility, honesty and a whole lot of funny.
One thing though - don’t be late back from any scheduled drop off or go against any of his very clear instructions. It’s a brave person to take him on (don’t bother because you will lose). However, another serious point - Ralph does this because everybody is treated fairly, no special treatment and he does it to make sure that everybody gets the most out of their day. It’s a formula that works.
By the way, have I told you that Ralph is a very funny man?
The sites speak for themselves. Hoover dam is a remarkable feat of engineering. The Grand Canyon is a remarkable feat of nature. This review isn’t about those though. It’s what happened between those events that made the day because they were a given.
I doubt there is a better way to get to the Canyon and I doubt there is anybody who knows more about Vegas than Ralph. He loves Vegas and is proud of his city. However, he is also a realist and tells you as is it. As a result you get a better understanding of what has happened, what is happening and what might be happening in the future. He doesn’t sugar coat anything and as a result it enhances the experience.
Ralph is a skilled tour guide and he is a skilled comedian (who deep down likes people). My hope one day is that after seeing him in one of his sell out concerts I will be able to say that he took me on a tour of the Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon. That would be a top claim to fame!!
Well done all at Comedy on Deck