Courtyard by Marriott Virginia Beach Norfolk

Address: 5700 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23462, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5700 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach, is near Norfolk Botanical Garden, Lynnhaven House, Adam Thoroughgood House, and Cypress Point Country Club.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard by Marriott Virginia Beach Norfolk

      Reviewed by nayyera_junaid

      The power of water

      Reviewed Sep 24, 2013
      by (1 review) , Pakistan Flag of Pakistan

      I loved the place and enjoyed the luxury and beauty coupled together. The unfathomable ocean was mesmerizing. Give an option , I would love to go there gain.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard by Marriott Virginia Beach Norfolk

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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      Made it down the bay overnight

      A travel blog entry by equinox on Dec 02, 2014

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      Survived a wild ride down the bay. Some of the roughest conditions we have experienced on the Chesapeake. Big waves. 30+ kt winds and lots of driving rain. Enjoyed our new cockpit enclosures as well as the heater we installed below. The AIS system which allowed us to identify ships during the night was a big help.

      Navy ships don't use AIS so we slowed to enter Hampton Roads after sunrise. Still, with heavy ...

      Disappointing Virginia Beach!

      A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... ocean waters on soft sandy or muddy bottoms. They occasionally come onto shore to mate. They are commonly used as bait and in fertilizer. In recent years, a decline in the population has occurred as a consequence of coastal habitat destruction in Japan and overharvesting along the east coast of North America. Because of their origin 450 million years ago, horseshoe crabs are considered living fossils.







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      Chesapeak-aboo

      A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Jun 23, 2014

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      ... and suddenly my purse appeared! It was a miracle! I was overwhelmed with joy! And of course bought Dipan dinner to return the favor.

      After yummy Outback, we hung out by the river for awhile watching the sunset and Joel taught me a little about the boats (He works in the shipyard). We talked for awhile but when it got dark we had to head home :/ Me and joe said our goodbyes and road tripped back up north.

      I can't wait to see all everybody again in Dec!
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      Skyline, Historic Jamestowne & Virginia Beach

      A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Aug 05, 2013

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... together. It is from here that the Disney Pocahontas story comes but it is very different to the one Disney tells. She was only about 11 years old at the time that John Smith was there and later married a John Gray. We then drove on to our next campground North Landing Beach Resort and Campground. Our site is a stones throw from the beach. We set up and then headed out for dinner. Found another local diner Pungo Pizza and ice-cream. Wow, ...

      Our Passage from Great Abaco to the Chesapeake Bay

      A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on May 19, 2013

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      On May 15 we departed at 0750 for Norfolk, leaving Marsh Harbour and exiting through the northern Man-O-War ocean pass with winds from the ENE at 15-20 kts. The weather forecast looked good for a non-stop passage to the Chesapeake Bay. Accordingly, our course was a little east of north as we were "aiming" for an entry into the Gulf Stream south of Cape Hatteras. Then we'd ride the stream in the ...