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Jamie Wilson
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Jamie Kai Proctor
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smart, hardworking, loving, determined, unique, writer, creative, crusader, happy, organized
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Augusta, Georgia
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Hawaii - Kentucky - Florida - Connecticut
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We were here for a seven-night stay. This is a great family-friendly, pet-friendly place with a responsive and patient staff, outstanding complimentary breakfast and excellent rooms. The furnishings were homey and warm, and there was a television in both suite bedrooms as well as in the living room. Mattresses are not as comfortable as I would have liked, but I can live with that. Everything was clean, and no suite amenity was forgotten. I wound up doing something else, but I could legitimately have cooked a small Thanksgiving dinner in the room. The laundry room down the hall was small, but had the nice bonus of complimentary detergent and dryer sheets. The people next door to us had a yappy little dog, but I rarely heard her except when I was in the hallway. The real strong point of this hotel is the staff. EVERYone was friendly and extraordinarily helpful, from the midnight desk clerk to the guy in charge of linens. For the most part, all I had to do was ask for something and it was there. It was the perfect relaxed place to stay with a family, and we will be going back in a few weeks. Also highly recommend it for military families - they have a good discount and it's pretty close to all the bases and military spots without being too far from the nice beaches and other local attractions. The only real drawback I saw was traffic. Like most of the Norfolk area, rush hour can be a nightmare, and this hotel is altogether too close to those packed streets. The closest real grocery stores are a little too far away, and what should have been a 6-minute trip to grab dinner necessities turns into a half hour or more if you hit the street at the wrong time. Do grocery shopping around noon or after 7 pm to save time. If you have somewhere to be during rush hour, do yourself a favor and start about a half-hour early.
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