I take all out of town visitors on the trolley ride. It's a great value for seeing downtown attractions and *used* to be a good, entertaining lesson on downtown Montgomery history. I say it used to because the past six or so tours I have taken were driven by Ray. He brings life to the tour and seems to know everyone along the route, waving at passerbys, and apparently, sought out new interesting tidbits of info to introduce to the tour (he always mentioned something new on each tour I've taken).
Fast forward to today. I bring my parents. No Ray. I ask the ladies who work at the front where Ray is. They tell me he no longer does the trolley tour. WHAT?! I give the new driver a chance but she's nothing like Ray. No personality, just driving by buildings, mentioning restaurants. No history lesson. What used to be a solid 45 minute info packed tour has dwindled down to 30 minutes where you don't have more than a few seconds to look at the buildings she's talking about.
Don't get me wrong, for $3 ($2 for seniors) it's something to do. It's just not a 'definitely do' thing in Montgomery anymore. Sad.
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