Hampton Inn & Suites Chesapeake Square Mall
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Starting the day by getting up at 3:30am. This may be normal for Mary but this is way too early for this old guy. Flight is on time so far to Dallas. Meeting the Z's in Dallas. They too had a really early morning. I thought vacations were set up to allow one to catch up on sleep. Well doesn't matter since we are on our way to ...
... t sound that impressive. So, whilst it
was an amazing experience and a lot of miles were covered, the itch had not quite been scratched. And so here we go again. This time for 3 weeks. 4 good mates, who know each other pretty well by now, setting off to forge some new memories.
On Friday the Fultons on a 2007 Electraglide Ultraclassic
(callsign Bluebird) will set off from Virginia Beach to DC where they will ...
... and by far the worst venue we’d ever been to. Tom’s been out in Hartlepool so that statement should emphasise the seriousness of the problem. It was far more relaxing to sit on our table by VAN Halen, conversing into the early hours of the morning with a few night caps to erase the night time entertainment from our minds.
This ends the second day so we’ve got a lot more to get through. Bear with us! (Apologies about the foul ...
... under a large umbrella. It really was bliss and one of the best days we've had on our holiday. The weather forecast for the day was for storms starting at 3pm, but they didn't materialise. Until a large bank of dark cloud appeared on the horizon about 4.30pm. It rolled in like a scene from Independence Day and by the time we were up in our room the beach was clear and the sky opened. We had torrential rain, thunder which shook the ...
... the Hudson River transition corridor, which is a 300' thick, 1/2-mile wide corridor. To use it, you are required to take some on-line training, which I had completed a few nights back.
The volume of traffic, almost entirely helicopters, in this area and corridor is just phenomenal. It's a combination of executive and aerial tour helos. At one time, I counted 9 in the air around me within about 2 miles.
As we got to the ...