Colonial Gardens Bed & Breakfast
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... br> We started at the Jamestown Settlement Visitor’s Center with a short movie before touring the galleries, then donned our rain gear and headed outside to tour the Powhatan Indian Village, the ships, and the James Fort. The village was a quick tour; it’s based on the Indian town of Paspahegh with re-creations of reed covered huts around a ceremonial circle. When the settlers first landed, the Indians were initially friendly but kept their ...
... of the original building. Thanks to Thomas Jefferson, the restoration was made easier as he had made copperplate engravings of the front and some of the artefacts. There was also a floorplan noted with room sizes and ceiling heights. After we toured the palace, we went outside to the kitchen to watch some of the volunteers preparing meals. One worker was cutting up a Casaba squash that was the biggest squash I’ve ever seen. She told us it has ...
... 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 ...
... Mike & Rhonda, in Hampton at the Surf Rider restaurant for a wonderful seafood dinner. The hot crab dip was to die for. Home early enough to enjoy the sunset and cool breezes outside.
8/25/15 - Tuesday
Tuesday morning, Fort Monroe, which is on the peninsula we are staying, took a big step toward becoming a national monument. During a public ceremony, Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed a deed to transfer the land at Fort Monroe from the ...
... tours so I figured we'd play it by ear. I really wanted to see the Berkley Plantation but thought better of it after gauging Connor's energy level!
The weather was more than perfect. It was sunny and about 80 degrees with a nice breeze.
Our first adventure in Colonial Williamsburg was the parking garage. Exciting, right? We found long-term parking right near the center. The clearance was 6'10". We really weren't sure we'd make it. I got out of ...