Towneplace Suites Savannah Airport
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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 ...
... in a boil pot and is a highly recommended southern meal here.
The seafood is all very fresh as Savannah isn't far inland from the coast.
We are staying here tonight before heading inland on our way back to Orlando. Just to drive through random places and see some of what the countryside has to offer. The main destination is the Ocala national wildlife park with springs, and a large variety wildlife ranging from birds, to turtles, deer, bears ...
... we continued down town.
This area is quite beautiful, full of grand Southern homes and the streets are lined with oak trees draped in Spanish moss. The walk only took us about 15 minutes, and we reached the river district, with shops lined up facing the Savannah River. We browsed the tourist shops and visited the Savannah Candy Kitchen, full of wicked sugary treats. There was a wall of lollies and a separate room ...
... proudly broadcast their former status. There is a willful ignorance of the horrors that enabled the plantation lifestyle.
Would, you wonder, Americans – the liberators of Europe - countenance a Recreational Vehicle haven, or perhaps a luxury resort (with golf course) at the site of the Auschwitz concentration camp, with little ‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ fridge magnets for sale in the gift shop?
We entered the South via Virginia, where ...
... like New Orleans, but more a subdued whisper of mystery. Perhaps it is the historical squares, the cemeteries or the old buildings and churches; but it felt as if we were walking with generations of people before us. That they were beside us enjoying our enjoyment. The food was superb. The people were gracious. We ate at many fine establishments, including The Pink House with its' old world history, its' wonderful charm and impeccable service. We quickly became ...