Howard Johnson Inn Williamsburg
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... br> As we contemplated our impending life in Zimbabwe, we considered the lessons we may learn from the colonial trailblazers in Williamsburg: Devika hooted and hollered, celebrating the freedom to use her "outside voice;" Neela embodied the Protestant work ethic as she doggedly wiggled her first loose tooth; Chaaya was the very personification of British stoicism as she admirably withstood a wicked yellow jacket sting with barely a whisper. Our work here was done. ...
... will begin our drive to Colorado. We will spend a few days with my cousin and his wife. And then on Monday, November 3, we will board the California Zephyr to arrive home on Tuesday afternoon. Since most of this portion of the trip will be quick driving and visiting family my posts may be diminished and of little interest to many of you. So thank you to all for your input and encouragement. We are finally heading west, heading home! PS And the Giants are ahead! Go ...
Hi again We took the train to Williamsburg at 2:30pm on Monday. The scenery was just beautiful. The trees were colorful and looked like fairy woods. We went by lovely, quaint train stations and wonderful small towns. We rode over and near Chesapeake Bay and saw all kinds of water craft including a small paddle wheeler. We were scheduled to arrive here by 6:15 until...... The train stopped! Along our travels people have made comments about trains being late. We had never really ...
... have been from a short period when the Confederate Army occupied this area and built their own fort in the same location. As the Northern Armies advanced they, evacuated and burned the fort so there isn't much of that period left. The wealth of the artifacts have been found in the few well onsite. Once the wells aren't useful anymore, they used them as garbage pits, so there are lots of items found here. They are also prime places to preserve things because ...
... I imagined it would be, but the overall atmosphere was bright and laden with stories from years gone by.
We wandered into the more heavily populated eating area at one end of Colonial Williamsburg, popped in and out of more stores (one candy store was especially great with a whole wall of different coloured M&M's!) and took photos with the bronze statue of a founding father who we think was Thomas Jefferson. Whoever he was, he had quite a steady ...