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Old 07-24-2011, 09:29 PM
Location: Richmond va
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My parents and I are heading to the beach for the night Monday just to get away together since I live in Northern Va and they live in Richmond I dont get to see them very often. As a kid we went to Va beach fairly often but we always stayed on the South End close to all the action. We booked a room at the Wyndham Oceanfront on the North End of the beach. I hear it is quieter and more laid back whch to me (and them too) is a good thing, I am ready to just relax. Is the north end really different from the south end? Any recommendations on where to eat dinner? I am thinking seafood since we will be at the beach even though I am not a huge seafood person. How about a decent breakfast place nearby for the next day? Thanks for any tips/advice.
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Old 07-25-2011, 05:11 PM
Location: Virginia Beach/Norfolk, VA
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It is a lot more laid back and quiet on the North End of the beach. If your staying at the Wyndham im thinking about, your going to be around a lot of beach front homes, so I can imagine staying there is relaxing. For a decent seafood experience, leave the Oceanfront and check out Captian George's on Laskin Road (about 15 minutes from where you will be). As far as breakfast, I would say head North out to Shore Drive or drive back south to Atlantic Ave, you will have many choices.
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