Williamsburg Historic Inn
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... are original from the time, albeit they’ve been fixed up. Other buildings, while not original, were built in the style of the time or built from architectural drawings recovered from the time. We spent the afternoon there and then came home. My legs said very nasty things to me, because I hadn’t used them for over a week, then walked about four miles in Williamsburg. I can’t repeat what they said—this is a ...
... see? These screws can’t keep me locked up. Not me. Not Billy the Crud. No siree. Last night, I smuggled a spoon from dinner by stuffing it into my undershirt. Unfortunately, I wasn’t wearing an undershirt at the time, and it slipped all the way down and fell out my pant leg. But I went back and got another one and carried it out in my hand. Nobody noticed. Shoulda done that the ...
... 8212;it was raining too much—but if we ever make it into Colonial Williamsburg, we’ll try to get a picture of it), but what we saw on the way back on the bus was rain and darkness. I can only conclude that Colonial Williamsburg is rainy and dark.
I’ve noticed that several of you have commented on my sickie selfie and about how I look like a bunny-rabbit. Well, I never! A bunny, indeed! I think I look more like a kangaroo. A kangaroo is noble, ...
The rain storm (calling it a "rain storm" is akin to calling a Bengal tiger a “cute kitty”) raged into the wee, small hours of the morning (there's that song again), lightning and all. I swear I heard elephants and giraffes and hippos walking two-by-two past the RV.
In the morning, we looked out the window and saw a lake. We had six or eight inches of rain puddle, about 40 feet across. We couldn’t get out of our entry door, so we had to go in and out of the ...
... because the GPS seemed to either take naps at crucial times or was too slow in announcing a turn, but we finally made it.
We parked in the oversized vehicle lot and went to the welcome center. They had a computer that you can put in a name and it will locate a gravesite for you. Sheree was going to put in some random soldier named "Cook" to pay our respects to when Ted said, "Why don't you put in Rulon Gibb?" Sheree had no idea that his uncle, aunt and ...