Brick House Inn

Address: 111 Washington Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 111 Washington Street, Williamsburg, is near Military Encampment, Visitor Center - Colonial Williamsburg, The Capitol, and Raleigh Tavern.
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    Travel Blogs from Williamsburg

    Our Colonial History

    A travel blog entry by dlpool on Oct 03, 2015

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... but an inverted “V”. Most uncomfortable, wouldn’t you think? To make matters worse, they tied weighted bags to the offender’s ankles to pull them down! All I could think of was “Ouch!” The other punishment was very interesting and more severe. Our soldier produced a rectangular leather bag and from it drew out a long handle with leather strips attached that had knots tied in the ends. He told us it was called a “Cat ...

    Joaquin in the Rain

    A travel blog entry by dlpool on Oct 01, 2015

    5 comments, 20 photos

    ... had questioned and continued to respond to the inquiries with such aplomb and knowledge. The performance lasted 45 minutes and all this time, he stood there on an open stage, in period dress, and I know if we were sweating, he certainly was. By the end, it was past noon and we continued on to one of the “taverns” for some refreshment. Afterwards, we toured the Capitol with a guide who gave us all a good overview of the early government. Since ...

    18th Century Williamsburg

    A travel blog entry by steveguy on Sep 14, 2015

    2 photos

    ... made them feel important. The fresh Virginian air indicated that food was on the agenda but first we stopped for an oratory by General Washington berating the English for offering poor prices for exported products. Next it was to the Tavern for a hearty fare of Pasties and a pint of the finest ale. Trading back our chariot we perambulated ...

    Back to the Land of Water, Bridges & Tunnels

    A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Aug 23, 2015

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... made that just one view out of the airplane window in flight we see more land vistas than most of our ancestors saw in their lifetime! WOW!

    Next door to the Center was the Hampton Carousel housed in its own pavilion, Hampton's Carousel is a whirling tribute to the skill of its creators. It still boasts its original mirrors and oil paintings, as well as 48 intricately decorated horses. Rising and falling to the strains of the original band organ, many ...

    Dunes, Ferries and Great History

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Apr 28, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... Blackbeard and his ilk.
    Amazingly, in this land of tax and government phobia, the 2.5 hour ferry cost a grand total of $15 for the car, and $5 each for passengers. The terminal agent told us that the government has tried to raise the rates, but the people wouldn't let them! Hmmm, what do they know that we don’t know? To add insult to injury, there was a second little ferry from Ocracoke to Hatteras. This 40 minute trip cost… nothing! ...