Norfolk - Days Inn Military Circle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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... and past a deep creek bed before arriving at the James River, wide and clear and shallow.
Thursday evening we had a birthday party at Aunt Jan's mum's place, as her brother Jerry had a birthday on the same day. It was a lovely evening, lots of stories and chatting and even an epic birthday cake with everyone singing 'Happy Birthday' and Jerry's daughter vying for the privelage to blow out candles! It was a nice close to a very blessed day. ...
... 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!
... British Troops ashore and they burned most of the waterfront building. This proved to be a damaging action for the cause of the British as Norfolk was largely considered a loyalist city. The rebels were not concerned that the British had destroyed a loyalist city; in fact they helped with the ransacking of the city. A large section of the city was destroyed and more of the city was destroyed in a scorched earth action to prevent the British from retaking the city ...