Red Roof Inn Chesapeake Conference Center
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After over 4,000 miles, 13 different rooms/hotels and visiting over 45 Timmons and 11 Wall family members, NOT TO MENTION Rosie's mom, day and multiple uncles, aunts and of course Theresa, Rich & Ellie Goiffon we are home.
My back and left arm are killing me (Rosie;s favorite driving position.
All in all, a great time.
Thanks for following our travels.
... are napping," so from time to time later in the day, Laura would tell me, "Butterflies nap, Daddy." Laura did get to ride the train as she loves "choo-choos," and she fell in love with the baby goats at the petting zoo portion.
The MacArthur Museum was everything I hoped it would be, and is, honestly, one of the best facilities of its kind I have ever visited. Operating much like a presidential library, the ...
... tag. Plus the i8 has a maximum electric range of 15 miles unless you drive it fast (which is the whole point of the i8) in which case the range drops to 3-5 miles. The Tesla? 270+ miles. Still, what a gorgeous car! See pictures attached.. The day's highlight however was the last stop - The Commodore Theatre in Portsmouth, VA - www.commodoretheatre.com. After reading on Plugshare that the theater had a pair of 80 amp HPWC for Teslas ...
Time share 3 nights at Oceanaire in Northern VA Beach. 17th floor, nice amenities, enjoyed the beach and pools. Relaxing. Came to realize that we enjoy a rental off the beaten path for more privacy. Maddie stayed with DogVacay.com Robert and Kristi Has Accepted Your Reservation No additional message provided. Robert and Kristi's Phone: +17574076161 5410B Ocean Front Avenue, Virginia Beach, VA. Awesome beach house and view! Maddie had a great ...
... It was pitch black, with no boundary between the black sea and sky, but we had only about 2 nm to go to the bay entrance waypoint. We were in water depths less than 100 feet. On the chartplotter, our position was shown correctly, moving slowly right on top of the wide, reddish dotted line that represented our route and intended path. But in the blackness ahead of us there was a small, low white light whose distance wasn't obvious. We were ...