BEST WESTERN Plus Savannah Historic District
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... an annual pump test as mirroring what could happen if the apparatus were called into a multiple-alarm fire where water in maximum volumes and pressures needed to be moved for more than an hour. A multiple-alarm fire is not any spot to test the pump. However, the test pit is. All fire apparatus ought to be tested yearly--there should be no exceptions or excuses. Environmental concerns say for example a water shortage don't relieve a department of ...
... is an old cobblestone road that is littered with century old buildings. They used to be cotton factories, but now the entire street has been converted into boutiques, pubs, restraunts etc.
The entire town feels very southern, and the "southern hospitality" is certainly abundant. Everyone was incredibly nice, saying "hello y'all how are you today" etc.
Gus and I just returned from a distillery and dinner. Great craft beers that are 5.5% ...
... catholic cathedral (lit candles for Da Michael, appropriate given archi-centric nature of town). Then, back in car for five hour drive north to Wilmington. At last, Caragh feeling much better. Thanks to American over the counter drug culture. Not much to see on the way, mostly, highways, but enough yank crass commercialism to make it interesting. Chose a typical chain family restaurant for dinner, ...
... blue chevy camp van with no air conditioning. Trips on a budget, information about our destinations, great things we used, things we forgot and many other things that are useful. Including places we stopped along the way that we didn't expect or plan and were "wowed" by. Gotta go, time to journey out. Remember life is not about the destination, it's the journey. No matter where you travel. ...
... colonists arrived at Yamacraw Bluff on the Savannah River to found the 13 and the last of the British colonies.With the help of native American leader Tomochichi, Oglethorpe created a city in the heart of the Georgia wilderness. He laid out this city in a perfect grid and which is as logical as a geometry solution (you can tell this is from a guide book, I hate maths). The streets are arrow straight, 22 public squares of varyi sizes are ...
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