Norfolk Bed and Breakfasts
Norfolk is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. After the Revolution, Norfolk was rebuilt in Federal style, based on Roman ideals. Federal-style homes kept Georgian symmetry, though they had more refined decorations to look like New World homes. High-rise buildings were first built in the late 1800s when structures such as the current Commodore Maury Hotel and the Royster Building were constructed to form the initial Norfolk skyline. As the Great Depression wore on, Art Deco emerged as a popular building style, as evidenced by the post office building downtown. Art Deco consisted of streamlined concrete faced appearance with smooth stone or metal, with terra cotta, and trimming consisting of glass and colored tiles. Nauticus, the National Maritime Center, opened on the downtown waterfront in 1994. It features hands-on exhibits, interactive theaters, aquaria, digital high-definition films and an extensive variety of educational programs. Freemason Abbey Restaurant has good service and great food and wonderful atmosphere. Bobby Huber brings it home with Bobbywood. The food is original, fresh and well sourced. Check out a Norfolk bed and breakfast or Norfolk Inn when you're here.
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