The Bed and Breakfast at Peace Hill

18401 The Glebe Lane, Charles City, Virginia, 23030, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 18401 The Glebe Lane, Charles City, is near Colonial Golf Course and Piney Grove at Southall's Plantation - 1790.
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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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    ... this area, stop, visit this memorial to see the sacrifices some made for our freedom. We left, it was lunchtime, and I was so disturbed that I was not hungry.

    It was still a long drive to Richmond but we made it in time for Jess to serve delicious ziti with meatballs and a salad. Emily, my daughter, came over to visit and we got to see our four-legged baby, who vacationed for the summer with Scott and Jess. It was a good ...

    Colonial Williamsburg Textile Industry

    A travel blog entry by wagnerbm01 on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... the wool after the sheep were shorn and spin it into thread. The thread would be dyed and woven into fabric.

    Prier to the revolution spinning was a time-consuming domestic chore and it was rarely done. It was easier to buy the cloth but as it was unavailable during the war they had to make their own. It would take 12 spinners of wool to keep the weaver busy at the loom, and 100 spinners of cotton to keep him busy. ...

    DAY 16 - RICHMOND - WILLIAMSBURG

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... which was cool and made him happy. We also had a live display about colonial military cooking by a man who seemed to think that all British people know how to salt meat?! We then made our way to colonial Williamsburg, which is a restored late-18th century town, which was the capital of the state. It was much bigger than we expected! There were dozens of houses, all fully restored and the whole area was set up to look as it would have done 200 years ...

    DAY 15 - RICHMOND

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... a joke: What did the buffalo say when his boy left home? Bison. Oh dear. We left the shops and made for Maymont, an open estate that has been turned into a park. We went there to relax with our books and some drinks, and spent much of the afternoon walking around the estate and reading in the shade. As the evening came, we went back to the hotel to get ready for tomorrow. We decided to stock up ...

    DAY 14 - CHARLOTTESVILLE - RICHMOND

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... an inventor, scholar, mathematician, and president. His plantation was really interesting, we went on a house tour as well as a slavery tour, and learnt a lot about life at Monticello, and the lives of the slaves. It's really an odd duality that the man that drafted the Declaration of Independence as the country bid for freedom, also kept over 600 slaves in his lifetime. Also interesting that he probably fathered a few children with one of them. On the way out of the compound, we saw ...