Oakwood At Latitudes

1701 Chase Pointe Cir, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23454, United States
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Forum Posts

Should I move to Virginia Beach?

by arleen1

I would love to know whatever some of you consider to be both the plus and the minus sides of living in Virginia Beach.
In case this helps, I am a single, middle-aged woman who will be looking for a social work position.

Thanks, all, for your opinions!!

RE: Should I move to Virginia Beach?

by jelw

pros:
The beach, water, weather, cultural activities.
cons:
The tunnels & bridges cause many traffic snarls. Congested area.
If you are serious try an area such as Ghent.

RE: Should I move to Virginia Beach?

by silasm

VA beach is slow and southern. It is very different from the fast pace of NY. VA beach also has a lot of military soldiers and their families. Life is good in VA beach. The schools are decent for children. There are jobs in social work in VA. VA has a very low unemployment rate. It depends on what you like and what you are looking for. The people in VA Beach are conservative and live as they value life. Consider it a small town.

RE: Should I move to Virginia Beach?

by vikendall

In your line of work, you would find more satisfaction in a slower environment. The town is friendly, and enjoys cultural diversity. I ask myself why do I stay here, instead of moving to Charlottesville...and this is what I consider better here than C'ville: The opera, the theatre, the symphony, the food (c'ville has limited food), the water, the flora/fauna, the people, the overall quality of life. Easy access to larger cities when the desire arises. The rich cultural diversity..and cuisines. (It useless to say that, when, in New York, your quality in that field is superior to ours), if you have children, or plan on them soon, our schools are quite good. You get a fairly nice home for the money, compared to New York. If you don't have children, I would be hard pressed to give up the quality of life you have there, for what may be too slow, or too limted in your eyes when you get here.

RE: RE: Should I move to Virginia Beach?

by fromNYC

Can you help me out too?
I am relocating to Virginia Beach next month August and would like to know which areas of Virginia Beach is nice to live in. Which areas are mixed and which high schools are nice. Thanks

RE: RE: Should I move to Virginia Beach?

by vikendall

hard to answer. Too much diversity in price. Most schools are good. Some better than others, but all are basically good. Good middle of the price range are Kings Grant, Kempsville, area. I don't know where you are living, but there may or may not be sticker shock, depending on where you live now.

Travel Tips for Virginia Beach

ASYMCA Mud Run

by asymcahr

If you're in the area in the beginning of August each year, try checking out the Armed Services YMCA of Hampton Roads Mud Run. It's an 8K course featuring obstacles, wire crawls, a wall-climb, and the infamous mud pits - - and the best part about it is, you're helping out a local non-profit whose entire mission is to help out the local junior enlisted military personnel in the area (and in Hampton Roads, with all of the military installations, there are MANY!). Each year roughly 2,000 runners and spectators are expected for the adult Mud Run, but it's also a family event which features the MiniMud run for kids from 5-12 years old (don't worry! the MiniMud is only a mile long!).

They don't accept race-day registration, because the race is held at one of the local military bases (and they're not just going to let you waltz in!), but they do have a website where you can learn about the race, about the ASYMCAHR, and register if you're interested. The website can be found at http://www.asymcamudrun.com Wear old shoes! And believe it or not, GOGGLES are an excellent idea to have around your neck when it comes time to slog through the mud (and I DO mean slog - sometimes it looks more like a mud crawl or swim!). And make sure that you're wearing sunblock, it can get pretty hot down here.

Isle of Wight County Fair

by Goner

The second week of September there is an old-fashioned fair held in a field on the outskirts of Smithfield. It's a family affair featuring livestock, local crafts, amusements, rides and a variety of local foods. It's known for having the largest traveling mid-way. The kiddies will enjoy petting the baby animals. I enjoyed trying the hush puppies and crabcakes. Others enjoyed the barbeque they considered "the best".

Smithfield and the surrounding areas are steeped in history and saw much action during the Revolutionary War. Smithfield sits across from Jamestown which is worthy of another day's visit. Smithsfield has many monuments to see and a few antique stores I would like to have visited.

Excellent Chinese Food

by vikendall about Chinese Gormet Restaurant

Seto operates the best Chinese restaurant in the city. The place is modest, with limited tables. The service is personable, and fast. Seto will likely come to your table with his usual big smile, and bring you complimentary roast pork or some other delicious dish. His menu is large and varied, and will delight anyone. Shrimp and lobster sauce is one of the best I've tasted. Chow Fun is sumptuous. The simple Chicken Chow mein is one of the best. Triple delight soup is a meal in itself, but it would be a sin to stop there. His Lo Mein is outstanding, Chicken sub gum, you name it. The portions are ample. Go at lunch and you will dine of the same cuisine, for under $4. I've had almost everything on the menu, but, I just love his chicken chow mein. You asked for the favorite. Everything is well prepared and delicious.

Large art work!

by tpangelinan

Virginia Beach has Large pieces of art work spread throughout the main strip along Atlantic Avenue. Look in between the hotels and there they are. This does seem to be an artsy kinda town. So check them out, they are a lot of fun.

Cape Henry Lighthouse

by Goner

The (Old) Cape Henry Lighthouse was erected in 1791 to replace inland fires lighted by the colonists. It marked the 14-mile entrance to the Chesapeake Bay for nearly a century. This tower is now open to the public to climb.

open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.--Nov. 1-March 15
10 a.m-5 p.m.--March 16-Oct. 31
Closed Thanksgiving Day and Dec. 5-Jan. 4
Admission: Adults $2.00 and Children 6-18 $1.00

The New Cape Henry Lighthouse was founded in 1881to replaced the Old Cape Henry Lighthouse. This is located on the active United States Coast Guard Station.

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