Norfolk kind of freaked me out a little. There are a lot of low flying planes here. A lot. Probably because of that whole military base thing. *smirk*
I don't like planes.
I did enjoy the drive down, the scenery was pretty and we drove through a tunnel that went under water. Busy roads though. I'm glad that I live in a less populated area.
I found a little natural bistro online and so all we had to do was find a place to park. We ended up in a parking garage several blocks away so we battled the reallycoldwind and walked until we found it.
|Love their simple menu|
|Caught the man in my spoon|
|Their homemade cardamom soda that the man ordered|
|Look at the butter knife. I love the shape of it.|
|Organic Sultry Strawberry tea by Tazo. Yes please.|
|Doing it right. When I order a cup of tea at a restaurant I do not want to be handed a Lipton tea bag. Course I also prefer a large mug. A little one is just pointless.|
After lunch we wandered across the street to a three-story Dillard's. I haven't been to Dillard's since we left St Louis. It's one of the few things that I miss from that area. We shopped for a bit--separately, I went to the ladies floor and then to look for a new pair of pajama's. I ended up buying a sweater that was on clearance.
We didn't find a chocolate shop in Norfolk, but we did have this for dessert at the restaurant before we left:
Yes, it was as good as it looks.