Travelodge Inn & Suites Williamsburg Historic Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... his own hair. At lunch they jokingly told us that they would accept the girl's hair as payment. Katelyn's hair could have bought us a lot of meals back in that time! It was a hot day and we couldn't imagine how miserable it would have been living back then with all the layers of clothes they wore along with the wigs and hats.
We're on the road again tomorrow headed to our nation's ...
... let us cool down a bit while walking around. These were Blake's first real big roller coasters and he loved them all so I'm sure there will be more to come.
Booked another Hyatt Place via Hotwire while eating lunch at the park (technology is amazing). This one is in Herndon, VA near the Air and Space Museum's large hangar hosting the SR-71 Blackbird and a Space Shuttle. That is on the agenda ...
... s read a whole book (464 pages), worked on Maddie’s Christmas stocking, and played 263 games of Spider Solitaire. Truly an amazing feat, given that I whine a lot.
Over the last four days, we haven't done much except try to get healthy. Barbara's been into Colonial Williamsburg, and I actually made it in once. And Barbara got sick. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Let me start where I left off last Friday.
... here! As long as this overgrown turtle-shell ain’t movin’. That’d be crazy. And if it is, I’ll just sit here quietly, playin’ solitaire and watchin’ my movies until the next time it stops. Then I’m outa here!
But maybe I’ll wait 'til tomorrow. I hear they’re playing "Miss Congeniality" in the rec room tonight. I just love Sandra ...
... Greg, very much out of his comfort zone in the 1700's, upset that he paid money to get here and not interested in joining in and teaching the girls about the days that were. So, with grumpy feelings from everyone we continued on. It was a huge area of land that we covered. Walking from street to street. We stopped to see how wooden barrels and buckets were made. The girls tried lifting the buckets, and couldn't imagine how difficult it would have been to carry the heavy ...