Got October planned out yet? Why not start off the month with the 28th Virginia Children's Festival!
It's happening on the 1st of October, and going to be even better that last year's!
Read on for more information about the event and more details...
Location: The Festival is happening at the Town Point Park in Downtown Norfolk on October 1st
Times: The event will be ticketed from 10 am to 3 pm.
Ticket prices: For all adults and children over the age of 1, price will be $5.
Highlight of the event: There will be a famous Slove Library Storybook Parade starting at the new Slover Library and ending at the Town Point Park, don't miss it.
Went to the last year's parade? Share your experience with us here.
Ready For Your Taste Buds To Go Nuts?
Welcome to The Route 58 Delicatessen located right off of Virginia Beach Blvd. I personally got to taste The Super Reuben and it's as good as everyone says it is!
This restaurant might be one of the busiest I've ever seen! There's generally 10 or so people waiting right outside the door no matter if it's Winter or Summer.
The staff are extremely nice and knowledgeable of the menu items. One, and possibly the only thing that isn't listed on the menu is calorie count for each dish, which is self explanatory! Every sandwhich on the menu is a masterpiece and it sure looks like one.
Aside from the looks... The taste is truly extraordinary. All meats are fresh and all breads are crisp.
Had a chance to look up the reviews for Route 58 Delicatessen and there's not a single mention of low quality of food.
Route 58 is open Monday thru Sunday from 10:30AM to 8PM and they also offer orders at GrubHub and Seamless.
If you're looking to try something different, go ahead and visit Jeff Goldberg at The Route 58 Delicatessen Today!
The Route 58 Delicatessen
Loehmanns Plaza Shopping Center,
4000 Virginia Beach Blvd #156,
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
This spot is the most photographed one of all, on the Appalachian Trail as it snakes it's way though Virginia.
The McAfee Knob has a close to 270 degree panoramic view of the North Mountain over to the West, Tinker Cliffs looking North, Roanoke Valley over in the Easter direction and last but not least, the Catawba Valley.
A fairly easy gain of almost 1700 fee in just under 4.4 miles till the Knob starting from the nearest parking lot.
When the day is clear, you'll have hands down, the best views available in the Southern Shenandoah Valley.
Because of how extremely popular it is, there's no way that you'll get to enjoy it on your own, so prepare to make friends with other hikers.
Definitely worth a trip out to the Shenandoah, and be sure to let us know how it went either in comment or here.