I thought it was mainly useful for getting an idea of the type of people attending. I did a quick headcount and it was right at 100. I was pleasantly surprised by the diverse demographics, especially age-wise.
There were presentations about some of the clinics and journals that was interesting, but since we will have nothing to do with them for a year it's not worth going into here and now.
I thought it was funny that at lunch, for the most part, boys sat with boys and girls sat with girls. I had at least one conversation with a recent grad, 22, and thought oh my, she's young. But like I said there was a nice spectrum of "grown-ups."
Very uneventful tour. What's there to say? Here's the big library, here's the classrooms, here's the mailroom, here's the library.. oh wait, we've been here already.