The roar of U.S. Navy jets overhead and the soothing waves of the Atlantic Ocean lapping at the shores are the soundtrack to your captivating visit to Virginia Beach. And with 100 Things to Do In Virginia Beach Before You Die as your guide, you'll find myriad ways to get to know this East Coast town: by land, by sea, or by air. Locals and tourists alike will find insider tips for catching the perfect Sandbridge sunrise, or seeing dolphins at sunset on a kayaking trip. Parasail high above the scenic shoreline or bike the through First Landing State Park, where European settlers stopped in 1607 along their fateful route to nearby Jamestown. Virginia is also known for its beautiful countryside. Pick your own strawberries in the city's rural half, or visit one of the famous farmer's markets full of fresh produce and local wares.
Seafood lover and longtime resident Toni Guagenti brings twenty years of residence in Virginia's largest city to the book, making sure others will get to experience all it has to offer year-round. Her itineraries and insights will help you make memories in Virginia Beach that will last much longer than the sand castles you build there.
Toni Guagenti moved to Virginia Beach from Lake Erie, because it just wasn't a big enough body of water for her. She has worked as a journalist, political consultant, and in the field of public relations. Along with her daughter and Italian greyhounds, she has called Virginia Beach home for more than twenty years, and enjoys the hospitality and friendship of her neighbors in addition to all the seafood she can devour.
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