La Quinta Inn & Suites Norfolk Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I'm sitting on the beach watchin the waves and the reflection of the moon. Continuous military F14 jet exercises going on up until around midnight, so it's very loud (and very cool). Suddenly I hear large military helicopters. I look up and they're about 100ft over the water directly in front of me, in STEALTH mode - no lighting whatsoever. Very surreal, thinking they have to be practicing this stuff for actual missions. ...
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... about stopping for Starbucks, decided against it (for now) and arrived at the beach mid-morning. We were blessed with another gorgeous day, although initially the wind was quite strong on the shore. The water was more an olive green than blue, but the Atlantic ocean wasn't as cold as I'd thought it would be, so I waded in the shallows. The waves soon took made short work of my intentions to only get half wet, but it was rather pleasant! We ...
... very sweet people.Then got geared up to grab lunch (delicious mexican food) and pick up Joel to head to the beach! When we got to Joel's, we got to meet his mother, she was such a sweetheart, and funny. She showed me an old picture of Joel from highschool when he had a goofy jew-fro it was hilarious. Once we loaded up the car with balls, games, and drinks we ventured to the beach. It was so nice, the water was warm but a little rapid. I might have lost my top due to ...
... 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 ...