Archive for October, 2016
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Hello! I was born in a small box somewhere in Savannah along with three sisters and two brothers. I was the runt of the family but think I have come along quite nicely if I do say so myself.
Savannah is a great place to live! Always friendly people to meet and hang out with, especially along River Street and in City Market.
I lucked out finding out about Old Town Trolley. I was strolling along, minding my own business, watching the birds and thinking about having some lunch when I came across the main office on Louisville Road. Little did I know I was at their front door! This nice lady opened the door and called out to me, asked if I wanted to come in out of the heat. Who could say no! So in I went, walked about for a bit and decided I like this place!
When I came by the next day another woman opened the door for me and this time I was offered breakfast! Well you don’t have to ask me twice! Nice cool office, food anytime I want, plenty of super nice people around talking to me and giving me attention…who could ask for anything more?
These nice folks have offered me jobs, but I’m not sure if I’m the working type. I do my best work sprawled out on the couch. But occasionally I’ll give motivational support when I can, so I guess that’s work. Andrew tried to get me to help out in dispatch but those radios are too hard to work…sadly I have no thumbs.
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Sitting outside on a nice, 75 degree day with a light breeze
blowing around me and a nice piece of fish.
What or who is the greatest love of your life?
Well, I never caught her name, but there was this tabby
If there was one place you would like to live besides
your current city, where would it be?
Well, I hear the folks in the office talk about St. Augustine,
and that sounds like a neat place…
What is your favorite occupation?
This month I would like to spotlight Ted Stübner, Chief Concierge at the Pacific Terrace Hotel. Ted has worked as Chief Concierge at the Pacific Terrace for a year and recently just moved to the United States 2 years ago from Sweden. Ted speaks 5 languages (Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, German and English). He likes to play golf, soccer and swim/surf and lives right at the beach so he can walk or bike to work. Ted works full-time at the Concierge Desk and gets help from Dan Thomas of the Bell Desk and Brandon Salazar from the Front Office on his days off. The Pacific Terrace Hotel is San Diego’s rare four diamond oceanfront hotel. Dramatically perched above the white sandy beaches of Pacific Beach, they provide a front row seat to the ever changing world of the sparkling blue Pacific Ocean. The staff is wonderful, and the location is amazing. The hotel is located at the far quiet end of a stretch of beach with a boardwalk that extends three and a half miles south of them with oceanfront restaurants and shops. Pacific Beach is located eight miles north of the airport and just a few miles from La Jolla, known for their beautiful beach cliffs, and high-end shopping. I want to thank Ted, Dan, Brandon and the entire staff at the Pacific Terrace Hotel for all their great support for Old Town Trolley Tours and all the tours that we operate.