Norfolk, Virginia

What a beautiful spot Norfolk is. Besides the Chrysler Museum walking about town is a fascinating historical experience. Start on Freemason Street where there are many gracious Southern homes to view.

Then discover what lies at the end of the street.

Such a view.

An interesting restaurant sits at the corner of Freemason and Bousch Street. The Freemason Abbey Restaurant resides in a former 146 year old church.

A short walk from the restaurant is the Nauticus, a marine museum with the battleship Wisconsin as part of their museum. And next to the Nauticus is a waterfront park to sit and relax after a long day.

This concludes my trek to Norfolk with hopes to return prior to my Virginia departure. What a fun city with much to do and see.

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