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... which is where George Washington defeated British General Charles Cornwallis and won final victory in the Revolutionary War. The National Park Service Visitors' Center at the site has Washington's actual headquarters tent on display, and while it is protected behind glass in a special room, a tunnel allows you to walk inside and look at his personal effects. It is truly impressive. Though it was still ...
... more than 2 years of refurbishments, offers tiered seating and tables for guests to eat dinner at during the show. You must order before the movie starts though. Great food with real meals as well as Movie Popcorn and very reasonable prices. Dinner for two and movie tickets were less than $50 and we left with more than 140 new miles of charge. Now to sleep before tomorrow's tour of the Norfolk Naval Yard and Busch Gardens ...
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 ...
I had a lot of fun writing this blog during our trip across the west. Thank you for following my travels and for the nice compliments and encouragement. I hope you enjoyed the blog and the photos. The photos today are of all the states we crossed through on our trip. My mom supplied the fun-facts. I have missed all of you and can't wait to see you again. I definitely recommend taking ...
... but it is a beautiful morning. We find our way out of the Chippokes State Park, (how did we find this place?!), and begin the last days' journey. I show it to be about 63 miles, Scott shows a little less.
We are back on our "yellow" map, the one that takes us .03 of a mile and turn, or tells us to turn or continue on a differently named road, although you are undoubtedly on the same one that it calls out for. It is much slower going. Our "blue" map was easier to follow. ...