People tend to mock these trolley tours a bit and call them touristy, but Phyllis and I are tourists — and for me this is the first visit to Savannah. We have a car, but navigating the narrow streets of the historic section is challenging, and parking is very limited. Signing on for Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah seemed like an excellent idea, and after a wonderful breakfast at Roussell’s Garden B&B, a van arrived to take us to the departure spot. There are fifteen stops, and you can get on and off all day at will. Then the van brought us back to the B&B. I’m a fan.