La Quinta Inn & Suites Williamsburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... were the conditions of the jail, where 13 of Blackbeard's pirates were held prior to being hanged. We examined the original cells of their imprisonment, where Devika asked whether they were served "good" or "bad" food. Another source of endless fascination was that colonial citizens didn't have indoor plumbing and thus had to use an outhouse (much like our own, at the cabin in NY); the only difference was that they referred to it demurely as "the ...
Hi All We have had 3 more great days here. We've explored Williamsburg with indentured servants and enslaved servants and famous residents- General George Washington, George Wyeth, Marquis De Lafayette and John Pelham, organist for Burton Parish and the former Royal Governor. In fact Mr Pelham gave a benefit harpsichord concert in the Capitol Building last night. We also had a gourmet dinner, lit eighteenth century style, at Christianna Campbell's historic tavern. ...
... except where it benefitted us. Until Monday. It seems that there had been an accident ahead of us and a tractor-trailer had left debris on the track. Luckily we got the word and there was no danger for us. We got to our condo, (2 bdrms 2baths, and a full kitchen, plus washer and dryer), about 11/2 hrs late. But our place is really lovely. And it's nice to be able to fix our own food for a change. Steve exchanged one of our time-shares for this and it was a really good choice. ...
... helps to preserve because it is an anaerobic environment. This is where they found the remains of Jane, a girl they believe who was about 14 who was cannibalized during "the starving period." They believe she died first, but that the colonists were so desperate for food they chose to eat her. There is also documentation of another man who killed and ate his pregnant wife during that period. He was hanged for that and then presumably became food for the ...
... rector of the Bruton Parish Church at the time, who had moved to Williamsburg in 1903, wanted to restore the church to its 18th century appearance. His ultimate goal was to restore the entire town. Although Williamsburg had at one time been the capitol of Virginia, that designation had been passed on to Richmond, further to the north. Williamsburg then gradually fell into disrepair and became nothing more than a small town filled with "gas stations ...