Hampton Inn & Suites Chesapeake Square Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... settlers to Virginia in 1607: the Susan Constant, Godspeed and Discover. All three re-creations are usually on display but due to the weather, only the largest – the Susan Constant was open to tour. We climbed the steep gangplank and were given a brief orientation and allowed to look into the areas of the ship. Because the steps to go below were becoming treacherous, I stayed above while Wendell took a look below deck. The most interesting part of ...
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Today presented us with 3 lighthouses - one of the things we came to this part of the world to see. All of them were in old historic forts. The Cape Henry lights are in an active Naval base. It was a scream to watch Brian go through the paces of their security check - passport, drivers licence, registration papers, vehicle check - keys on the dashboard, all doors open, boot (trunk) and bonnet (hood) up and both of ...
... SEA Today has been an interesting one. We had planned to walk the Cannonball Trail - 400 years of Norfolk and American history all wrapped up in a 2 hour walk along the waterfront and through Downtown Norfolk. Brian took one look at the waterfront and was "a goner". We spent the day looking at displays of naval history, visiting the USS Wisconsin (Whiskey for short) and taking a boat trip to the Naval Station Norfolk. It was a gorgeous day but very ...
... first we'd seen in some time, and it had a fruit and produce section - 15' long - with a total of 2 dried lemons and a withered piece of celery in it.
While assuming our usual place of sitting on the front sidewalk with our backs against the grocery store we met Steven Otto. Nice guy. He implored us to stay at his parent's B&B about 15 miles away. Seriously considered, but too far off our direct path. Ahhh, to be blessed with ...
I got the plane fixed/modified and us back in the air. That's the short story, but I want to take a moment to talk about the real hero of the trip: it's not Av who got the parts, or me who turned wrenches in heat and humidity.
The hero of this trip is Sean.
Here is a boy who as recently as two months ago freaked out any time I put the plane into a 5-degree angle of bank or we hit a single bump, yet he has endured hours ...