Holiday Inn Express Chesapeake
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... expecting it to be under soon. I’d say we were fortunate to arrive when we did or else we would have only seen the ships from a distance.
At the fort, we popped into the various buildings but a volunteer in the Armory kept our attention telling about the various guns and weapons. Also there was a nice cozy fire going in the fireplace and that may have been one reason we stayed longer.
We returned to the Visitor Center and our truck ...
His take on the day:
So much to see here that even 4 nights gives just a preview. There is water, water everywhere with every type of vessel from kayak to aircraft carrier plying the Hampton Roads which is what they call this area where Chesapeake Bay joins the Atlantic. The English arrived about 1650 and the strategic geography has meant battles with the Indians, between the Confederates and the Union, attacks by Germans and now as base for ...
His View of the Norfolk Experience: Day 1 Aka Good to Go Navy Base Norfolk was kind of the point of coming down here. Dallas was really just a place to land and recover. Norfolk is a really cool place. I could easily live here. There is water everywhere with dolphins, swamps with gators, forests with black bear and quite a laid back feeling. We are only here for a long weekend and this means we have sadly missed the Gay Pride celebratory weekend at ...
... br> We encountered weird sections of bike path that would be paved and then end abruptly. Sometimes causing us to push our bikes back to the paved road. This went on for numerous miles. We finally hit a continuous section that took us towards historic Jamestown and supposedly a nice campground near the ferry site. Campground closed and DO NOT TRESPASS!. Hence, we ended up on a ferry at sunset with small prospect of finding a location to ...
... then did a 15-minute test flight. With all systems working, I loaded up Sean and by 3:15, we were on our way.
We flew directly from Oneonta to the Hudson River Valley, near Newburgh, NY. We descended down to about 1,500' and headed down the river. We came upon the ruins of a castle on an island in the river, then just two miles farther on, we flew past West Point.
We spent a few minutes wandering down the river before ...