Ambassadors Inn & Suites - Virginia Beach
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today has been a significantly better day. We had a relatively easy load in, with a dock that supported eight trucks. There was little use for a forklift because everything could be pushed off the trucks. The main LED screen went in in almost record time, so there was plenty of time for me to build and place my side screens.
Barely after lunch I was informed that the dock was ready for my last set of LED screens to be assembled. They take ...
We all rode the final leg of more than 4000 miles today into Virginia Beach. 70 days of often hard cycling and no injuries. What a fantastic group of experienced riders I have had the privilege to journey with! Because I left the ride for my ...
... record for longest beach in the world! Chilled at the beach house they own called the Cabana chatting about random funny stories with American politics (lucy and Rudd both into their politics) . All slept in their living room after beers at the cabana and BBQ at there's. Their two pugs slept with us and snored so loud you would have thought it was a 300lb fat man. Funny little guys but pretty much useless, barely able to walk or jump on the ...
Helen had cooked us up bacon and eggs again. She's been a great host, kept us entertained. Waved goodbye, drove down to Virginia Beach to see Lucy and Rudd. We stopped at Williamsburg enroute to see one of the first civilisations in America, a British settlement. Large donations from the likes of the Rockefellers have kept the old town in the same style as it was back in the ...
... long, long bridge with a pedestrian path so narrow our bikes and us could not fit, by necessity we had to walk so cramped close for our bikes to fit. We had just spoken about the fact that it felt like the pedal was about to scrape our heels, when it got Scotty but good. Blood ran down the back of his leg into his shoe.
We continued through the projects to the wharf. We found the ferry operating and took it to Norfolk for $3. The girl on the ferry saw Scott's leg and cleaned ...