Edgewood Plantation

4800 John Tyler Memorial Highway (Route 5), Charles City, Virginia, 23030, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 4800 John Tyler Memorial Highway (Route 5), Charles City, is near Shirley Plantation, Berkeley Plantation, Westover Plantation, and Edgewood Plantation.
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    Travel Blogs from Charles City

    Never Forget - D-Day Memorial Visit

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... haunting. Maybe I have a vivid imagination but, I could envision the boat dropping the gate, the young men running into the water, the bullets flying and the water littered with bodies. I don't really think it takes much of an imagination with the reflecting pool statues and the sprays of water imitating gunfire. They have a statue of the body of a young soldier in the water. They show four soldiers trying to scale a wall with ...

    Colonial Williamsburg Textile Industry

    A travel blog entry by wagnerbm01 on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... discover what it was like to live at the beginning of the birth of our nation. See how tradespeople, shopkeepers, slaves and everyday normal people tried to adjust to their changing world.

    In 1776 America was dependent on imported goods of all kinds. With the start of the revolution imported textiles were restricted so the colonists had to rely on the newly established local cloth producers for their textile ...

    DAY 16 - RICHMOND - WILLIAMSBURG

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... had a life size replica of the town and the three ships that brought the colonists. It's odd to think that if it weren't for those few people, the country might not have been colonised by us. It was so hot today! The hottest we've had in the US. It was 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37 degrees Celsius) until 6.30pm this evening. Thank God for air conditioning! This whole area is so naturally beautiful, it's understandable why the colonists wanted to settle ...

    DAY 15 - RICHMOND

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... This is a huge outdoor shop that almost looks like a theme park when you go in. It sells everything you could possibly need for outdoor pursuits from fishing dresses (yes they exist!) to semi-automatic rifles. It was astounding just seeing how many guns you could buy, along with US Army camouflage, 8-inch knives and hunting crossbows. We did make a few purchases - only clothes though! ...

    DAY 14 - CHARLOTTESVILLE - RICHMOND

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... egg and cheese grits. We'd never had grits before, but when in the south... They tasted like cheesy rice pudding mixed with porridge - interesting! Once again the portions were so big we couldn't finish them. We stopped at a gift shop where the chatty owner seemed very interested that we'd spent so much time in the north and furnished us with lots of information about the south and Virginia in particular. We stopped at a coffee shop called Mud House, which served the ...