Homewood Suites By Hilton Chesapeake-Greenbrier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shelves appears highly processed and fresh fruit and vegies seems to come from distant climes. "Plastic" eggs make an appearance at every breakfast - I think they use powdered eggs and present them in a different shape each am. Deep fried food everywhere. Tonight we have purchased a couple of steaks to have with salad - a bit of a challenge to cook them in a very small frypan but we will manage.
The lack of ethnic diversity is also ...
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 ...
1 shower, 4 people....share and play nicely with others. Is this hotel room getting smaller? Nope! It's just fine. Very comfortable. 1:00pm- we are at the Roanoke park area. About to watch a "worth-it" short film on the history. We saw an Indian settlement, toured the museum, boarded a replica of a European exploration ship and learned about the lost colony. 5:00pm- we just crossed the Chesapeake and are driving north through the Eastern shore of VA. Sunny and ...
... the genoa to slow down and smooth the ride a bit.
Passage Day 4, Monday, November 12
It was very fast and rough during the early morning, as the winds remained in the high teens to low twenties. Our noon to noon distance made was 200.7 nm and we now expected to make landfall Tuesday evening.
The high wind and seas were forecast to be present for the rest of the passage, including at our originally planned ...
... 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 ...