Econo Lodge Near Norfolk State University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Big travel day today (almost too much), but saw a lot too!
- After seeing an awesome sunrise over Savannah, I headed north.
- It struck me how relatively barron this country is from Georgia to East NH to southeast Virginia. Not much but lots of farm land and just open land.
- Made it to the Outer Banks of NC mid-afternoon, and traveled about 100 miles of those. This reminded very much of the NJ Shore; ...
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A trip to Virginia is apparently not complete without visiting Virginia Beach, a popular tourist spot about 2 hours away from the Michaels'. Beth and I packed snacks and sunscreen, towels, books and sunnies and set off for a day at the beach. It was the same direction as Williamsburg, so the road was starting to look familiar. I still enjoyed watching the tall green oaks whizzing by on the side of the road! Easily entertained :) We chatted and ...
Earlier this summer me and Joe went on a cruise with my family and we met some amazing people. When we got back we missed them so much, we had to see them again! We visited Chesapeake to see Dipan, Joel and Kristina. We made it down on a Monday morning after spending a night in RVA. We arrived at Dipans house and were greated by his blob of a pup, Raja, the sweetest waddling thing... and Dipan's smiling face! It was so nice to see him again. We went in and met some of ...
... my favorite moments of a trip come from the silence and sights of my morning runs. Hence, the theme of this blog.
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