Budget Inn Williamsburg
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... map and drove the route to see the famous Redoubts 9 and 10 where General Washington and the French General Comte de Rochambeau finally succeeded in defeating Cornwallis’ British troops on the night of Oct 14, 1781. Actually, most of the redoubts have been reconstructed. Redoubt 10 was so eroded, only a small portion of it was intact and is now fenced off. But you could stand at that point and look across to Gloucester and envision the French ships ...
... about 9:30 and departed at 3:30. The clouds were moving in and a cooler breeze was blowing as we boarded the bus back to the parking lot. We stopped for fuel and a few groceries and while inside the local Walmart, the skies opened up. Wendell, always the gentleman, went for the truck and met me at the door, instructing me to get inside while he loaded the groceries. Thankfully, the showers had subsided by the time we returned to the RV Park. Hannah ...
... White House and Civil War Museum in Richmond, and you thought the Whitehouse was in DC..... Very interesting exhibit. So after along day of playing tourist we called into and American Indian Restaurant for a Roganjosh and a Vindarloo and Narn bread. Funny how Native American food has swept the world and is the staple food of the Sub Continent. ...
... hour outside with a cool breeze blowing. A mighty fine day it was!
8/26/15 - Wednesday (Posy's actual 90th Birthday)
A delightfully cool day, we biked the peninsula where the campground and Fort Monroe are located. Beautiful sidewalks along the James River and Chesapeake Bay gave us water vistas of large cargo and military ships coming in and out of port. We biked along the streets inside the Fort, lined with beautiful period houses. ...
... outrageous, but we talked them into giving us an unserviced tent site for $35. As it happens, the place was rather empty, so they gave us a serviced site with electricity for the $35. Nice!
April 28: Day 23. Williamsburg, Virginia
We spent the whole day in amazing Williamsburg today. Williamsburg was the capital of Virginia in the 18th C. Before the American revolution it was the seat of the Lieutenant Governor, the King’s ...