Gateway Inn Savannah
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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 ...
... privileged to be on board and see over this beauty - now in retirement for the public to admire.
America's Atlantic fleet is based out of Norfolk and over 300,000 Military people are based here. In the afternoon we spent 2 hours aboard' Victory Rover' viewing from Hamton Harbour , the world's largest Naval complex. One fact relayed to us, (to give you an idea of its sheer size) ..."that if all the ships registered ...
... our walk to Franklin Square; through the City Market to Ellis Square; to Telfair Square; and on to Orleans Square before completing our walk.
Dee, Keith and Jeryl went on the Old Savannah Trolley Tour to learn even more history of this fascinating city with its massive oak trees laced with Spanish moss. We had dinner at Paula Deen's restaurant, the Lady & Sons. They serve complimentary hoe cakes and cheese biscuits.
... then. I saw a giant turtle and 3 alligators…2 of which were on the bank covered in mud and I would have missed them if it wasn’t for a sweet couple from CA in the jeep in front of us that pointed them out to us. I also saw a lot of butterflies and dragon flies and the scenery was just beautiful. It was a nice day with puffy white clouds but it was also pretty hot. Although I am used to that living in FL and it wasn’t really cold in the ...
... Market, which is a conglomeration of various restaurants, shops, and art galleries. Browsed there for a while, then it was time for my meeting with some TSD folks about DeafTEC. I connected on Kelly's iPad, but was sitting in Wet Willies (alcohol slushies!) to hook up to their wifi (don't tell my co-workers! And I promise I was not drinking during the meeting!). Kelly and Colton took their slushies to go, and went back to ...