Extended Stay America - Chesapeake - Churchland Blvd.
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... circumstances changed and in 1610, on orders from the governor, the town and crops were destroyed, 16 killed and the wife and children of the chief were captured. This next part is a little hard to tell: When they took them back to the ship, the children were thrown overboard and also shot in the head; the wife was executed. The chief was later killed in a skirmish near Jamestown and the rest of the tribe left the area in 1611.
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... have met many Latinos and African Americans but no one from Asia or the Middle East. For that matter, few Europeans. A very closed shop!
Political discussion is all over the TV. Donald Trump is now sagging in the polls with Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson closing in on him following the Republican debates. Scary to hear their evangelical talk on topics like ISIS, Iran, Iraq, abortion and the right to bear arms. Still a long way to go before ...
... charm of Gold Coast in the mid 60's and looks like the last coat of paint came at the turn of the century (refer photo). We toured the base today and are in awe. Annual payroll is USD19Billion! At any time 46,000 sailors are there with 124,000 based there, but obviously many deployed. It serves the Atlantic Fleet, and hence we Australians generally know little, because we are focussed on the Pacific. Her Take on Day 2: Aka So ...
... a difficult time for them and some people turned to cannibalism to stay alive during this time known as the "staving years." In the museum they also had armor, vases, pots, teeth, pins, buttons, shoes, house mats, and it goes on and on of items archeologists have found in Jamestowne over the years. Part of the museum is built over the first state house in our nation. It was in Jamestowne from 1665-1698 before it mysteriously burned to the ground. After ...
... we were to enter the next morning at 8:30am. We had made it to VIRIGNIA! There was another sailboat tied up as well, and we soon met the Captain of it. A very friendly gentleman named Jonathan from Massachusetts. He gave us the inside scoop on the lockmaster Robert, who is a very warm, inviting guy whom we got to meet the next morning. Jonathan had sailed the Intracoastal Waterway 14 times in 14 years! He had built a friendship with the lockmaster & planned ...