Travel Blogs from Yorktown, United States

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Jane Gets a Blog, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Jane Gets a Blog

A travel blog entry by jgies

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In two days I will be on my way to China to take part in a study abroad adventure!! I have so much left to do that I am remembering all of a sudden; errands to run, things to pick up at the store, lists to consult, and of course packing etc. etc. ...

Yorktown, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Yorktown

A travel blog entry by dane

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Yorktown is a Revolutionary War site. It's important for several reasons. I won't go into them. But here are some photos of cannons and what ...

Road to the Scout Jamboree: Yorktown, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Road to the Scout Jamboree: Yorktown

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

Woke up at Fort Eustis at 6:30AM.  From there our troop headed to Jameswtown. Next we moved on to Yorktown and toured the battlefield.  This is where British General Cornwalis surrendered to George Washington.  We took a tour and saw ...

Let the pain begin, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Let the pain begin

A travel blog entry by lostinafrica

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Hey y'all, well were not really riding yet. We start tomorrow morning, so we are as good as gone. Just though you might like to see the first leg of the trip in VA.  Can't wait to start dodging the crazy ass VA ...

Yorktown, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Yorktown

A travel blog entry by roberton

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Shucks - Some you win and some you lose. After a bloody nose at Yorktown in 1781, Britain realised that the troublesome colonials were more effort than they were worth and sent them to Coventry. You won't be surprised to hear that the French were behind ...

Short, sweet, and almost perfect, yorktown, United States travel blog

Short, sweet, and almost perfect

A travel blog entry by chrisjess2011

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... the finish line. We had a great breakfast and set off around 8am. We rode the picturesque Colonial Parkway into Yorktown; the entire distance was red cobblestone. Along the entire ride we were surrounded by beautiful evergreens. After about 8 miles ...

A day of travel, Yorktown, United States travel blog

A day of travel

A travel blog entry by laorfamily

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... the DVD due to constant, consistent and assertive demands for a peanut butter cracker which we didn't have.   We arrived in Yorktown to find a very charming little town, with a beautiful boardwalk and wonderful shops, later we found out that the ...

Last 'Goodbyes', now only 'Hellos', Yorktown, United States travel blog

Last 'Goodbyes', now only 'Hellos'

A travel blog entry by whereislondon

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... to be a water baby! Evening and a chance to get to Yorktown to meet up with Val and Cyrus for a great seafood dinner in Yorktown Pub – what a hidden gem of a place that was – all quaint and olde worlde but combined with beach living – ...

In Transit, Yorktown Heights, United States travel blog

In Transit

A travel blog entry by lilifer

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Just about to leave for the airport! Should be in Roma in less than 12 hours! :) I will miss you all! ...

The hardest goodbye, Yorktown Heights, United States travel blog

The hardest goodbye

A travel blog entry by mrsbloomie

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Linda, Tom,Stella and Leo at our farewell brunch hosted by Dana and Jeff To read the entry, follow this link: http://www.travelpod.com/z/mrsbloomie/1/1373797622 ...

T-Minus 1 Day, Yorktown Heights, United States travel blog

T-Minus 1 Day

A travel blog entry by jenpuff

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Well, here goes nothing! As all of my friends and I have been busy getting ready to go abroad for the coming semester, all the tweets, and packing, and goodbyes, have seemed somewhat cliche until tonight. Leaving for over 4 months to live in another part ...

Sight Seeing day, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Sight Seeing day

A travel blog entry by feedtheneed

First stop was at the coffee shop just down the street from hotel.....then we met Chuck and he drove us off to Jamestown to do some sight seeing. Saw the ole settlement, glass blowing back to 1608.  It was so hot out in the high 90's and so we ...

Very famous battlefield, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Very famous battlefield

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

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... forces that made the American victory possible, although a true monument to the French is still pending. Then again, the big Yorktown Victory Monument was not put up until 1884. Well-known British General/Lord Charles Cornwallis was the dude that had to ...

My Journey, Yorktown, United States travel blog

My Journey

A travel blog entry by djsky24

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The beginning of "My ...

Olde time, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Olde time

A travel blog entry by donnyandmarie

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Start the TEA PARTY, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Start the TEA PARTY

A travel blog entry by phungster

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... Corwallis surrendered to General George Washington with a little help from the French!  The rest is history.   The Historic Yorktown Center is like a miniature England. It's time for the tour out with the National Park Service guide... Ten ...

The Last Great Battle for Freedom!, Yorktown, United States travel blog

The Last Great Battle for Freedom!

A travel blog entry by historyhunters

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... were able to stop and take pictures at the Moore house.  On October 18th 1781, officers from both sides, British and the United States, met at the home of Augustine Moore to negotiate the surrender terms for the British Army.  Our next stop was ...

The Freak Out, Yorktown Heights, United States travel blog

The Freak Out

A travel blog entry by lizdavidson

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I'm pretty sure I've Googled "Powys Court Chester University," "Powys Court Accommodation," "Powys Court rooms conditions features," "Powys Court property rooms," etc. more than any person ever. In fact, I've probably clicked on every page related to ...

Day 98 the end of one dream, the start of another, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Day 98 the end of one dream, the start of another

A travel blog entry by feedtheneed

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... but soon we were on it all riding down the memory lane of my dream come true the completion of 3555 miles from Astoria, OR to YorkTown, VA......its a mixed feeling day for sure wanting it to end and not wanting it to end. We stopped once to take a pic ...

Last Days at Home, Yorktown Heights, United States travel blog

Last Days at Home

A travel blog entry by lilifer

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Only 4 days left until I leave for Roma, all of which will be consumed by packing and preparing for my semester abroad. Anyway, I thought I'd start this blog so that it will be easier to let you all know what I am up to and where my travels will take me ...

The Beginning of the End, Yorktown, United States travel blog

The Beginning of the End

A travel blog entry by psillin

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Jack: We visited the Yorktown Battlefield today.  Near the Visitor's Center, you can climb up on the mounds that were part of the British defenses.  We climbed up and took some pictures near a cannon.  You can easily see where the American ...

back at nicole's house, Yorktown Heights, United States travel blog

back at nicole's house

A travel blog entry by jaybeebaby

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We just got back to Nicole's house. I took some pictures on the way here and it's just so green, very different from norcal hehe. I don't know try what the plan is (when do I ever when I'm not on my own) but I think we'll be heading to ground zero (where ...

Prepacking/Repacking, Yorktown Heights, United States travel blog

Prepacking/Repacking

A travel blog entry by lizdavidson

I was going to wait until the day I leave to write here, but I'm too excited. As a kid, did you ever pack your suitcase for something weeks in advance and then continue to unpack and repack it until the day you leave? No? Okay, never mind.   My day ...

Revolutionary War history lesson, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Revolutionary War history lesson

A travel blog entry by sparcat

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We woke up to rain and cold.  Just a nasty day. We went to Yorktown and there is a good museum about the battle at Yorktown which was at the very end of the war. We did not get a chance to visit the battlefield due to the weather. No pictures today. ...

Ocean City to Yorktown, VA, Yorktown, United States travel blog

Ocean City to Yorktown, VA

A travel blog entry by rdandtdarrow

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... modern world."  The CBBT has two one mile tunnels that descend to 90 feet below the sea. We decided to stay in Yorktown because of it's historical significance, but Yorktown is also a great beach town on the banks of the York River.  Tomorrow ...

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