Aldrich House B&B
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... to the Historic Jamestowne. We had been told to stop at the Glasshouse and watch the glass blowers but we were running short on time, and while I’m sure it would have been nice, we both had witnessed this art before. The historic area is on Jamestown Island and under the control of the National Parks Service, so we stopped at their Visitor Center to show our Parks Pass and pay the additional $5 each they wanted for whatever. We watched another ...
... Trump, is going to be a few miles down the road from us this Friday night. We’re not endorsing him but it was a free event and we considered going to Virginia Beach to hear him. I’m sure he’ll put on quite a show, and unlike all the others, he won’t be hitting us up for money! Sadly, by the time I got on the computer to register, it was already SOLD OUT. Whether you like him or not, he’s sure getting some attention from ...
After dropping off yesterday's crew at the space dock we have travelled back in time to 1774. Firstly we purchased an open carriage complete with driver and 2 horses. Our 2 horsepower vehicle was the equivalent price of a new Lear Jet today. As men about town we toured the borough waving to the peasants as was the custom of the day and by waving to ...
We wake this morning to find out that a group who once back from the Steakhouse last night, were stuck in a lift for 5-10 minutes! Just proving that going to the bar is actually better for you than going straight to bed. Jamestown this morning, the home of the first British settlement way back in 1607, 104 men and boys, and 39 crew. These 143 traveled to America on the three ships, the Constant, the Discovery and the Godspeed. They left England ...
... shops" by the 1920's. The rector, W.A.R. (William Archer Rutherford) Goodwin, did not have the funds to take on a huge restoration project, but along the way he met with and convinced John D. Rockefeller, Jr. to do so. The first phase of reconstruction was completed by 1934, at which time Franklin Delano Roosevelt visited the site and declared "What a thrill it has been...to have the honor of informally opening the reconstructed Duke of ...