Park Lane Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
"I'm going to make you fall in love with me." Words from David several times a day. What he didn't know, I already was in love with him. We left Missouri in the big blue camp van for a romantic trip to savannah a place we've both been before and both fell in love with. We decided to stay at Tybee island to enjoy kayaking. We met in our forties, both empty nesters and love to travel. We he pulled ...
... said you have to go by yourself. And of course good ole dad forgot this but as we headed to get the Disney ones when mommy peaked out on the patio and delivered their flotation devices with a smile. Noel was not so keen to go on the slide but once Kody got his float on he was ready to go. He started to get mad and cock a little attitude when I told him he had to go by himself because Noel didn’t want to go. I was getting ...
... We also visited Charleston which is another famous US city. Not as tired looking as Savanah and still has some lovely old houses and public buildings.
Hilton Head serves the needs of sun bathers, golfers, history buffs (the first shots of the civil war were fired near the house we stayed in), people who like good food, and nature lovers. It is a great place to enjoy southern hospitality in a great ...
... farmers. The accent of the people, like the accent of people right along the coastline of Georgia and the Carolinas, has much less of a Southern drawl than further inland. Moreover, every so often, I noticed that people lapsed back into their - shall we say generously - native tongue, and spoke a word or two in a British accent; warrder became water, caaffee became coffee. Ironically, although ice-tea is undisputed master of the Southern palate, Savannah had more tearooms ...