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Virginia Beach 1 Hour Double Kayak Rentals
"Coastal Virginia is an ideal place to go exploring in a kayak. Rent a kayak and launch from our location pick it up or have it delivered. Kayaks are available to rent by the hour throughout the day. Between the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Chesapeake Bay and back waters of the Lynnhaven inlet Long Creek the Narrows
From $35.00
 
Virginia Beach 2 Hour Double Kayak Rentals
"Coastal Virginia is an ideal place to go exploring in a kayak. Rent a kayak and launch from our location pick it up or have it delivered. Kayaks are available to rent by the hour throughout the day. Between the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Chesapeake Bay and back waters of the Lynnhaven inlet Long Creek the Narrows
From $55.00
 
Virginia Beach Full Day Double Kayak Rentals
"Coastal Virginia is an ideal place to go exploring in a kayak. Rent a kayak and launch from our location pick it up or have it delivered. Kayaks are available to rent by the hour throughout the day. Between the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Chesapeake Bay and back waters of the Lynnhaven inlet Long Creek the Narrows
From $75.00

More Transportation in Virginia Beach

Bus 20 and 33

Bus 33 run on pacific avenue and you will be using this during off season when the shuttle bus stops running. It runs hourly and it is usually not timely. It runs near rudees inlet upto edgar cayce...
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iam1wthee
Oct 01, 2014

shuttle

There is a shuttle bus that goes up and down Atlantic Ave from May - Sept 30. There are two other shuttle buses that run between May - Labor Day. One goes to the Aquarium and the other goes to the...
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iam1wthee
Oct 01, 2014

The Wave Rider

The wave rider is are trolly buses which travel every 15 mins from one end of Virginia beach to the other. The price is 1$ or you can buy passes. There are 3 routes= 1) takes you straight up...
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boo5
Sep 15, 2007

Public Transportation Wave

Dont use taxi if possible gets expensive esp,, if goin from norfolk to oceanfront can cost $50 + so i reccommend the buses and the wave on the beach does take longer on HRT bus but only cost $1.50...
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robertnavy
Mar 11, 2007

Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel

If you are coming from the northeast to Virginia Beach, take the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. There is a $12 toll, but it is well worth it for the scenic drive, the 1-2 hrs saved off of your trip,...
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dln6874
Apr 21, 2006

Walking up and down the main Strip in VAB

While staying on the oceanfront, it is best to either walk or use the WAVE bus/Trolley system. It is very cheap. This helps with the traffic problem on the oceanfront side.Because it was preseason,...
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Apr 06, 2005
 
 
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Bike rental with a twist!

Look closely and tell me WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?? I'll give you a moment to look it over........OK, SOOO What do yah think? Is it me or are they selling you BEER & WINE, then renting you a...
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tpangelinan
Mar 08, 2005

A two person car type bike

These are a 2 or 4 person bike set up like a car, now you would think 2 people are better than 1, this is not always the case. These bike are very heavy not so easy to move around. If you are...
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tpangelinan
Mar 06, 2005

Renat a bike and take a ride

There are many bike rental places, We would suggest either bringing your own bike or renting one, you can cover alot more ground and see more on a bike, plus Virginia Beach has a wonderful bike path...
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tpangelinan
Mar 06, 2005

The Wave Trolley

Park your car until you leave Virginia Beach!The Wave Trolley is pretty handy, there are 3 different routes that run about every 15 minutes or so. Discount Farescards alvailable for:1 Day Farecard...
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tpangelinan
Mar 06, 2005

Ride the Wave Dude!

Park your car until you leave Virginia Beach!The Wave Trolley is pretty handy, there are 3 different routes that run about every 15 minutes or so. 1) Atlantic Avenue;Daily May 1st through October...
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tpangelinan
Mar 06, 2005

A cars a must

We hired a car as we landed in Washington DC, then travelled to Virginia Beach, afterwards visiting Williamsburg and Yorktown, before driving up to New York City.Although there is the trolley bus...
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bugalugs
Dec 12, 2004

Trolley bus

Virginia Beach is a few miles long and there is a great trolley bus service which runs until about midnight. Its called the wave. It runs from 5th street which is the terminus to 40th street - the...
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bugalugs
Dec 05, 2004

Walk, Run, Bike..

In beach towns I am inclined to walk around that way I won't miss anything. There's so much to look at as well as the lil' cutsie shops that carry things you generally can't find anywhere else. There...
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zanzooni
Aug 26, 2004

Top Hotels in Virginia Beach

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3107 Atlantic Avenue, Oceanfront and 32nd Street, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451, United States
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2707 Atlantic Ave, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451, United States
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1307 Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451, United States
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3603 Atlantic Ave, Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
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2809 Atlantic Avenue, (formerly Colonial Inn), Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451-3029, United States
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2501 Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451, United States
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Top Things to Do in Virginia Beach

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Beaches and Activities

My girlfriend and I put together a Virginia Beach vacation. We both love outdoors, water, hiking and nature, but we needed something that was totally relaxing. We found Spa Phoenix on the web....
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Cape Henry Lighthouse

First Landing State Park is just south of Fort Story. This cross is right on Fort Story right next to the Cape Henry Lighthouses and is apparently part of the First Landing State Park. The large...
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Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel

The shop on the bridge is open all year round. Mid September - Mid May 7am - 6pm Mid May - Mid September 6am -10pm You can fish from the fishing pier 24 hours and there are restrooms, fish cleaning...
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The Old Coast Guard Station & Museum

This is an actual Coast Guard station that was built in 1903 and was moved to its current spot on Virginia Beach. It is registered as a Virginia landmark on the National Register of Historic Places....
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Fort Story

On August 25, a number of British ships under the command of Admiral Sir Samuel Hood arrived in Chesapeake Bay. They searched for French ships and, finding none, sailed off to New York to join Admiral...
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AMC Movie Theatres

The girls have their snacks and they are settling in to enjoy "GUESS WHO?" with Ashton Kutcher and Bernie Mac. This is a very nice theater. It has the new stadium seating. The seats are all deep...
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Top 5 Virginia Beach Writers

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tpangelinan

"Welcome to Virginia Beach"
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bugalugs

"Virginia Beach"
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Goner

"Virginia Beach"
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butterflykizzez04

"Virginia Beach"
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grandmaR

"The U.S. Navy and the Beach"
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