Residence Inn Savannah Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Pump testing is an essential and vital part of apparatus safety and maintenace and repair. Imagine arriving on the scene regarding a multiple-alarm fire, laying hose (every firefighter`s dream and every engineer`s nightmare), hooking up to the hydrant, and beginning to pump water--merely to have the pump fail after 10 minutes. One question that might be asked at such a season is, could the pump failure have been prevented by once a year pump ...
... even some commercial structures. The closer we got to Savannah, the larger and grander the houses and boats became. We were starting to see huge subdivisions. At one point, we saw some large boars in the marshes surprisingly close to some houses. We also saw a few deer and animals of the human variety. No more wilderness for us.
It was without a doubt a perfect day of cruising and it seemed as if we made it to Savannah in no time. We were excited to arrive but were a bit ...
... happened. After several attempts to the Immigration Department to submit a request for one more day in the States, sorry not happening. If we are found in the USA on the 10th we will be violating their laws. So $500 plus later, we are now flying out on the 7th. They didn't seem to mind us spending tons of our money on our visit here, and gee I guess we are a real threat to them if we are here for one more day than allowed.
Now busy organising ...
... cheese. Yum! We did a little window shopping, had ice cream at Leopold's and then headed back to the hotel to beat a storm that was rolling in. As we approached the hotel entrance we saw a familiar couple, Pam and Tim Bond from Brown County are staying here as well. Small world!
On the agenda tomorrow: Some shopping, lunch at Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House and a trip to Augusta to see our soldier! ...
... walk through the cobblestone streets.
After wandering around for an hour or so we the went to the Market City District to check it out, this area is a series of little parks amongst the houses and businesses. The Central part of the district is the Market, which was occupied by mostly art galleries and gift shops with the odd cafe thrown ...