Cypress House Inn
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... the water) in the middle of the Bay. An extraordinary piece of engineering, that took 43 months to complete the first 2 lanes across, 50 years ago..
2 further lanes being added 25 years later, linking in the middle to use the same tunnels.
Leaving the Southern end of the bridge over the water, Virginia Beach is to the East and Norfolk city is to the West. With ...
... Wright Brothers Memorial atop the sand dune at the north end. It is a huge structure that was built in 1932. It was built using 1,200 tons of granite that was mined in North Carolina. It looked like it could have been built last year it was so pristine and beautiful. The hill is significant because this is the location where the Wright brothers began testing the unpowered gliders. After this success they moved on to designing and building the ...
... we let them play on the sand, that she would not run off. We agreed to let them get together another time.
As we walked we talked about what to do with the afternoon and decided to take a drive up north to check out the place. It was getting to be near dinner time, but since it doesn’t get dark that early, we figured we had about four hours to check things out.
As we were getting things ready to go, Cheryl said that she got a thorn ...
... Even parts of Southeast Asia where airfare might be expensive but food and accommodation are dirt cheap.
Think of it like this. A Friday night out at a local bar is a week's worth of beer in Indonesia. A quick weekend getaway to Wilmington is a month's worth of hostel stays in Thailand (nice hostels, even). A few meals out here and there over the course of a year is enough to feed you for weeks in Mexico. Two packs of cigs every week is a plane ticket ...
... back to the visitor center to finish our short hike. Then we started making our way home. It was getting late in the afternoon and we wanted to stop back in Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge and try to see a bear. We drove around on the Wildlife Drive and saw more swans in the flooded fields, but no bear. Maybe next time. We got back on US-64 just as the sun was going down and made our way back to ...