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Jan 14th 2012 4:39PM We live in Ohio and have visited Virginia Beach twice in the 70's. We stayed 3 nights. The first night was a beachfront motel I think they called "The Beachcomber". The next day we moved to the "Econo-lodge" and the room had no windows and was painted an awful yellow all over. I imediately requested a refund and was told to get out of their parking lot within a half hour. We then went to a motel across the street for $34 a night and it was really nice for the price. Remember, this was the 70's. Then, the following night we decided we wanted beachfront again and moved to "The Dunes" which was a new hotel at the time. The personel were very nice and the hotel clerk even flirted with me! The room was awesome. We listened to the ocean waves all night! I really enjoyed Virginia Beach and I've been to Daytona, but the gulf shores are the best. Visit Clearwater if you really like beaches. The water is really clear! I saw it after the oil spill and there was no evidence of it. I always would get my vacations in April which is still a very cold month, but Virginia Beach always had warm temperatures. I guess it's different if you live there, but remember,"There's no place like home".
Oct 1st 2010 12:14AM What can one say about Tony Curtis? Or for that matter, Paul Newman? These were great actors who will be missed, but life goes on without them. We are only here for a very short time considering. We have their films which are enduring to mourn them with. That's not what you would say about most people who die. They only have a few close relatives who would mourn them.
Visit your mother or your father more often. They will be gone before you know it. I loved Tony in "The Great Houdini", but that was the story of a man who had already passed. Should I mourn Houdini or Curtis?
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