Quality Inn Norfolk Naval Base
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was signed. Visitors may even step on it as the deck is protected under plexiglass on the floor. Other important artifacts include the microphone with which MacArthur announced his return to the Philippines, a pen he used to sign the Japanese surrender document, and, of course, his iconic hat, sunglasses, and corncob pipe.
Once the girls picked me up from the museum, we traveled about 45 minutes to the ...
... so plenty to occupy your time. Charlotte had a grocery store and a Walgreens while South Hill was a bit more remote though in the parking lot of a reportedly good restaurant which we didn't go in to. South Hill also featured a local cat which Blake promptly named Supercharger... Met a nice woman from Montreal and her daughters at the Charlotte Supercharger, thought they had driven down and was eager to hear her tales from the ...
Time share 3 nights at Oceanaire in Northern VA Beach. 17th floor, nice amenities, enjoyed the beach and pools. Relaxing. Came to realize that we enjoy a rental off the beaten path for more privacy. Maddie stayed with DogVacay.com Robert and Kristi Has Accepted Your Reservation No additional message provided. Robert and Kristi's Phone: +17574076161 5410B Ocean Front Avenue, Virginia Beach, VA. Awesome beach house and view! Maddie had a great ...
... to thank GOD for our safe travels. It was awesome to see how HE has touched this earth with so much beauty. (as a Camp Merrie-Woode lyric states) " We can't do anything without Gods help." Finally, I would like to thank my parents for providing so much love and joy in my life. I'm grateful my mom planned this adventure through the west. It was interesting to meet new people in ...
... br> Further along on the stroll and we were in Norfolk’s Freemason Historical District. This is a neighborhood of colonial homes with cobblestone streets that were built after the town was nearly destroyed during the Revolutionary War. This is not an area of restored but vacant homes of historical significance. It is a living and breathing neighborhood that combines historical homes that are still residence along with museums housed in other homes. It is a well ...