Econo Lodge Inn & Suites I-64 & US 13
5819 Northampton Blvd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23455-4622
Phone: (757) 460-1000
Fax: (757) 464-3210
The largest US Navy base of its kind, the Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base is an important operating station that provides support and facilities to operating forces. It shelters military equipments and services, training and operations. For more details, do visit the website or call ahead.
The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral owes its origins to one of the earliest Greek immigrants, George Christopoulos who raised money to set up a community parish where fellow immigrants could come together and worship. Serving more than 700 families, this church is truly living in every sense. Community events are organized for youth, adults and kids. Check website for details.
Home to one of the largest naval bases in the world, Norfolk enchants visitors with their rich history and burgeoning art scene. Its cultural heritage makes it a true gem of the American South.
Temple Israel was founded in 1952 and rightly describes itself as a vibrant, egalitarian and conservative Jewish congregation. This is where one can come to witness traditional Jewish celebrations and festivals like the Shabbat, Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)and live events that take place in an average Jew's life. Offering even educational courses for those seeking information on Judaism, this temple is more than a place of worship.
This beautiful beach features pristine sand, clear water and clean surroundings with some good view of the picturesque shoreline and charming houses in the neighborhood. If you're looking for a quite place to lay beneath the sun, Ocean View is a terrific coastal destination, both beautiful and relaxing.
The Naval Medical Center Portsmouth or the Naval Hospital Portsmouth, was constructed by architect John Haviland in 1827. This hospital is known to be the oldest operational hospital in the Navy medical system and is a nationally-recognized center for healthcare services, research and education.
Popularly known as the Pavilion Center, this multi-level complex attracts visitors with its unique combination of spacious interiors and premium services. It offers a whopping 516,000 square feet of space, including 150,000 square feet of column-free area. Wireless internet, on-site catering and the latest audio-visual equipment are some of the features of the Virginia Beach Convention Center. Mark your calendar for all the music concerts, exhibitions, conventions, gala dinners and conferences to be held here. And, if you need more information on upcoming events, check the website or call for details.
One of Hampton's sought after venue, the Hampton Convocation center pioneers as a multi-purpose center that features spacious event spaces for concerts, conventions, sporting events and other major events. It presents itself as a complete center for arts, sports, business and entertainment. As a part of the Hampton university, the center is a preferred community venue. Call for more details.
The rustic yet charming community of Pungo derives its name from a prominent Native tribal chief known as Machipungo. Set inside the city of Virginia Beach, this community is often associated with Grace of Sherwood who was called the Witch of Pungo following accusations of being a witch. She was tied and flung into a river but managed escape unhurt giving more credibility to the accusations. Present day Pungo welcomes people to its farms where you can cut your own Christmas tree, or pick your own fruit and vegetables. The Pungo Strawberry Festival is an annual 2 day affair that involves arts, crafts, dance, music, drinks and strawberries!
Aberdeen Gardens is a community that was planned for the resettlement of African Americans. Built in 1934, its construction included several houses, stores and gardens spread over 440 acres (180 hectares). This neighborhood is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.