We did get gloves and you do need them in Aug.
Even on a nice day, be prepared for wind and fog.
Pay attention to the parking tips because we paid $25. to park for 3.5 hours
You will learn how to use a segway safely
More nearby parking if you go to the early session.
Gloves are provided by request. Helmet/Vest mandatory.
There is a large pouch on segway for your wallet and camera, the rest you can lock up at the site
We took the bus from Union Square
You will get use to Segway in no time.
It is early in the morning so we just use
Food is really not needed for a 2 hour tour
Earbud didn't fit me well. Was told we could have brought our own.
Segway backpack on steering column is available for water, snack, camera, etc...
Four hour free parking in park near start point.
Tip said that they gave us gloves, but we didn't get any (but didn't need them in August)
The single ear bud fits just outside your inner ear. Taking an alcohol wipe twill sanitize it
While on the Segway, rest your legs/feet by flexing knees and rocking from heels to toes and back.
If you have trouble standing in one place for two hours with only 2 breaks, this may not be for you.
We found easy parking nearby in the park on a Monday morning.
Definitely dress inlayers and take at least lightweight gloves. We were chilled on a August morning!
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