Comfort Inn

Address: 4531 G. Washington Memorial Hwy, Yorktown, Virginia, 23692, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4531 G. Washington Memorial Hwy, Yorktown, is near Antiques Marketplace.
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      Travel Blogs from Yorktown

      Made it down the bay overnight

      A travel blog entry by equinox on Dec 02, 2014

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      Survived a wild ride down the bay. Some of the roughest conditions we have experienced on the Chesapeake. Big waves. 30+ kt winds and lots of driving rain. Enjoyed our new cockpit enclosures as well as the heater we installed below. The AIS system which allowed us to identify ships during the night was a big help.

      Navy ships don't use AIS so we slowed to enter Hampton Roads after sunrise. Still, with heavy ...

      Necessary roughness

      A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Nov 05, 2014

      5 comments, 4 photos

      ... Washington's arrival and a rousing speech imploring Williamsburg's residents to join the revolutionary militia. The girls were thrilled to see the cannons firing, emitting a sulfurous odor which reminded us of Rotorua (see Big Trip v.1). Touring the governor's palace and capitol building, we gained an appreciation for the tensions that led to Lord Dunmore's fleeing the colony with his family, and the growing movement to break away from the Crown. ...

      Yorktown, Virginia

      A travel blog entry by jean.hamberg on Sep 20, 2014

      61 photos

      ... be mobilized against him. Lafayette was completely outnumbered and knew he could not win a battle outright, so his job was to be a pesky little gnat to Cornwallis. To do this, he enlisted the aid of a slave, James Armistead, whose owner gave him permission to become a spy for the Revolution. Armistead joined the British troops in Richmond, became a waiter in the officers' mess, and stayed with the British until they surrendered at Yorktown. He was a master ...

      Chesapeak-aboo

      A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Jun 23, 2014

      10 photos

      ... and suddenly my purse appeared! It was a miracle! I was overwhelmed with joy! And of course bought Dipan dinner to return the favor.

      After yummy Outback, we hung out by the river for awhile watching the sunset and Joel taught me a little about the boats (He works in the shipyard). We talked for awhile but when it got dark we had to head home :/ Me and joe said our goodbyes and road tripped back up north.

      I can't wait to see all everybody again in Dec!
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      The Last Great Battle for Freedom!

      A travel blog entry by historyhunters on Jun 07, 2014

      18 photos

      ... or two men at a time. Canisters were also used. These are big metal cans filled with smaller bullets. More effective at killing several British soldiers but these would not travel far. These would only be used if the enemy was close and closing in on you. Mortars were popular because they were hallow in the middle and could be filled with gunpowder. They were launched out of something that looks similar to a cannon, but mortars act ...