Savannah Suites Norfolk
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Starting the day by getting up at 3:30am. This may be normal for Mary but this is way too early for this old guy. Flight is on time so far to Dallas. Meeting the Z's in Dallas. They too had a really early morning. I thought vacations were set up to allow one to catch up on sleep. Well doesn't matter since we are on our way to ...
... with the Morgans. On Saturday the Morgans will meet their (rented) 2-wheeled travelling companion for the first time - and off we shall go. Heading westwards after the sun.
There are sure to be lots of experiences along the way. You never know,
Stuart may even learn a new joke or two – sadly a few weeks late for his
‘father of the bride' speech. Its going to be "special"…. (whatever that means). ...
... clothes said otherwise, we were a walking talking bloody juxtaposition. Sightseeing and subsequent photo taking resumed. The parents would be bloody chuffed!
With DC ticked off the list we set off again with na´ve hope to make it to Virginia Beach before reception closing time at the trailer park we’d clocked on Google. Darkness hit and it became very clear, very quickly that our objective of navigating the roads safely had become ...
... lightning which at one point knocked out the street lights. Surveying the scene outside, we ordered room service, during which the conversation above happened. The irony is that the ribs that came were posh ones in a gourmet sauce, so you can imagine the thoughts of the person taking the order - 'gourmet ribs, and crisps?' Afterwards we spent the rest of the evening relaxing and getting ready for tomorrow. That's all from us, over and ...
... with modern armaments. During this operation they would launch Tomahawk missiles as their part of Operation Desert Shield. The Wisconsin and the Missouri were the first naval ships to launch Cruise missiles at an enemy.
Today she lies at anchor beside the largest navy base in the world, retired, she is showing naval enthusiasts the last of the great warships that have been a part of the world’s navies since time was. As we looked out of cabin window on ...