Governor's Trace Bed and Breakfast
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Today's stop was Colonial Williamsburg. It was a step back in time to the 1770's where we could experience what it was like to live in this Revolutionary city. Our favorites were touring the Governor's Palace and listening to the mistress of the Bray School share her experiences educating the slave children. We visited the coffee shop and had a chance to sample sipping chocolate as they would ...
Supercharged in Glen Allen, VA and Woodbridge, VA. Both nice chargers - Glen Allen featured lots of stores and restaurants including a Cold Stone Creamery where we treated ourselves to some great ice cream. Woodbridge was not a necessary stop but we decided to top off so we could have maximum charge when getting into DC tomorrow. Besides, we are not in a rush and enjoyed the stop.
... it, but she went in and scouted everything out.
By the time she got back, I was feeling better, and we made a plan to go in the next day.
Sunday, June 7:
As planned, I was feeling better (yes, that was the plan), and we went into Colonial Williamsburg. It’s a very interesting place. The town is built on the original site when Williamsburg was the capitol of the Virginia colony (around 1760). Most of ...
... with the traffic we saw today, I’m not so sure society has progressed well. We found massive traffic on the way here. What should have been less than three hours driving-time, turned out to be close to six.
I must be allergic to traffic, because I feel a sore throat coming on.
... rector of the Bruton Parish Church at the time, who had moved to Williamsburg in 1903, wanted to restore the church to its 18th century appearance. His ultimate goal was to restore the entire town. Although Williamsburg had at one time been the capitol of Virginia, that designation had been passed on to Richmond, further to the north. Williamsburg then gradually fell into disrepair and became nothing more than a small town filled with "gas stations ...