The tour itself was nice, and they made lovely accommodations for us vegetarians. I wasn't to fond of the abrupt change of pace in the tour between the boisterous Vietnamese pancake shop and the mellow coffee shop with a violinist. The music was lovely, but it nearly put me to sleep. Then, we changed gears again to go to a rock cover band bar called "Woodstock." This had more potential and fit the mood of the night better, but it seemed completely out of order. After a final drink or two at "Woodstock," our drivers took us back to our apartment so we could go to bed.
I was pleased with the tour overall, but I actually think I prefer the other one we did. On the Vespa tour, the drivers don't eat with you or really communicate with you at all. I found that a bit strange. I enjoyed getting to know our guides on that first tour and found that missing from the Vespa tours. That being said, a Vespa is far more comfortable to ride on than a Honda Wave...