The Beginner’s Guide to Beaches

Your Home: What is Like to Live in Virginia Beach More than a beach town, Virginia beach is Commonwealth of Virginia’s independent city, belonging to the Hampton Roads in the metropolitan area known as “America First Region” that includes Chesapeake, Newport News, Hampton, Norfolk, Suffolk and Portsmouth, and other smaller counties, cities, and towns of Hampton Roads. But there is no mistake at all, Virginia Beach really deserves its tagging as “The Resort City”. The beach vibe is everywhere in Virginia beach, even though you can drive half an hour from its coast. The beach vibe is reflected from driftwood and seashell d?cor to the endless choices of seafood restaurants as well as universal beach-friendly dress code. Even though yearly Virginia Beach is drawing more than three million visitors to sit in the sand of the world’s longest pleasure beach, the place do not stuck up or become wild as Miami. Virginia Beach is a family oriented and friendly beach city wherein you can play volleyball games much better, make sandcastles more beautiful and bigger and the language is as clean as the sand combing each summer morning. Locals can be found anywhere in Virginia Beach, whether it is the bay or the beach, on a boat with a beer or on a pier with a fishing pole. As much as possible, Virginia Beach locals avoid the resort and boardwalk areas because these are where tourists congregate the most. Virginia Beach locals have their own favorite low-key beaches so they can escape summer traffic and avoid any cost and tourists traps. The Neptune Festival is an exception to this rule, as this is considered as one of the best festivals and most awaited event in the country. During the Neptune Festival, volleyball tournaments, marathon, huge arts and crafts shows, regatta, youth arts shows, signature fireworks displays and of course the International Sandsculpting Championships are being held. It is no wonder why tourists and locals love the Neptune Festival so it is always on the top of their summer to do list every year. Seafood like oysters and crabs really dominate Virginia Beach so every respectable home in Virginia Beach has a drawer filled with mallets and crab crackers, and in every spice cabinet a jar of the Chesapeake Bay or Old Bay seasoning is found. After eating your favorite seafood, you can drink a Virginia Beach classic drink, the Orange Crush and slushy and citrusy orange drink with variety of flavors to fit your mood. As many people think, Virginia Beach has a perfect climate wherein the summers can heat up as expected and humidity and temperatures cool down as fall rolls in maintaining Indian Summers to keep the boardwalk and beach warm enough until December. When it comes to safety and crime rate, Virginia Beach has actually a good reputation for having a safe and good crime rating with an overall rating of 14% below the national average, and it is much better depending on the areas you live. So come and try living in Virginia Beach!Smart Ideas: Resources Revisited

Smart Tips For Uncovering Travels