Colonial Taverns

Address: 302-B East Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 302-B East Francis Street, Williamsburg, is near Guardhouse, Shields Tavern, Wetherburn's Tavern, and Magazine - Ammunition Warehouse.
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Travel Blogs from Williamsburg

Great Wicomico and Rappohanock Rivers

A travel blog entry by mgsaulis on Jul 28, 2015

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Sunday we met up with our long time friend (met in 1985) Joe at a fabulous cove near his friend's house on the Great Wicomico River. Joe's friends met us there in their go-fast boat where we went swimming, kayaking, and relaxed in the warm breeze. We went up the river to the friend's home which has a private dock, cooked dinner and stayed the night. There was a thunderstorm at night and the muggy heat set ...

We arrive at the Atlantic Ocean

A travel blog entry by techboy10 on Jul 20, 2015

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... to stay in accomodation with at least 2 star each night. (..some of our accodations on this trip were nil-stars...)

Would I do a trip with the same crowd? Yes probably!. At the end they felt sort of 'comfortable' in an most unexpected old shoe kind of way....

From here, it's time for me to visit the Smithsonisn Air and Space museum, then fly home at the end of this week.

Was it a great way to see the country? Hell ...

Day 17 - Historic Williamsburg

A travel blog entry by joergw on Jul 12, 2015

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Today we visited the Colonial town of Williamsburg. Welcome to the 18th century!
This was the historic Capitol of Virginia, grown from being an ...

A Few Slow Days and Some Old Places

A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 19, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... in the New World. It was originally called James Fort and was established in 1607. Maybe it's just because our son Reese is an archeologist, but it sounded cool to us to actually see the site being excavated. This is the place where Captain John Smith and Pocahontas were and all brochures say we will "walk in their footsteps." While doing some research about the site, we discovered that on the last Wednesday of the month several times a year the lead ...

A Quick Williamsburg Week-end

A travel blog entry by gauke on Jun 20, 2014

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... to others after they had towed their car. The only thing we could figure out was the car was not completely turned off when we loaded it, i.e. radio, etc. One of our neighbors jumped the car and Earle rode around a bit to recharge the battery. Then Theresa, Earle and I enjoyed a glass of wine and then had a nice dinner outside. Shortly afterward Theresa and Earle took the car and went to find their blue/green room. Jerry and I ...

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