1776 Hotel Williamsburg

Address: 725 Bypass Road, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 725 Bypass Road, Williamsburg, is near Visitor Center - Colonial Williamsburg, James Anderson's Blacksmith Shop, Governor's Palace, and Mariner's Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Williamsburg

Colonial Williambsburg

A travel blog entry by long2015 on Jul 10, 2015

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... his own hair. At lunch they jokingly told us that they would accept the girl's hair as payment. Katelyn's hair could have bought us a lot of meals back in that time! It was a hot day and we couldn't imagine how miserable it would have been living back then with all the layers of clothes they wore along with the wigs and hats.
We're on the road again tomorrow headed to our nation's ...

Roller Coasters, water rides and a squid hat...

A travel blog entry by teslaroadtrip on Jun 29, 2015

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... let us cool down a bit while walking around. These were Blake's first real big roller coasters and he loved them all so I'm sure there will be more to come.

Booked another Hyatt Place via Hotwire while eating lunch at the park (technology is amazing). This one is in Herndon, VA near the Air and Space Museum's large hangar hosting the SR-71 Blackbird and a Space Shuttle. That is on the agenda ...

I'm all caught up! (well, by cheating a little)

A travel blog entry by wjmccain on Jun 09, 2015

3 comments, 53 photos

... June inside that store, and after spending half my retirement savings on stuff, I wished them Merry Christmas as I left. They were sorry to see us go (more likely my Visa card).

Monday was the day we were supposed to leave, so we called the KOA office and extended our stay once again. We figured we would feel better on Tuesday, and we’d be outta here!

Tuesday, June 9 (And now we’re up to today):

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Dunes, Ferries and Great History

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Apr 28, 2015

1 comment, 36 photos

... information pavilion, and an excellent ranger talk explaining the complexity of the Wright Brothers challenge, and how their eventual aircraft succeeded. The biggest problem was the control of the multiple dimensions of air flight. I was amazed to hear that they designed and built their own internal combustion engine for the plane in their little bicycle shop.
The weather then continued to improve as we drove north toward Norfolk, Virginia. Norfolk ...

Huzzah!

A travel blog entry by historyhunters on Jun 06, 2014

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... voting were rich, white men who owned land and could afford to privately educate their children. They did not see a need for public education. This same year Thomas Jefferson became the second governor of Virginia, after the first, Partick Henry. This was of course after America declared its independence from England. On our way to the Governor’s Mansion, there was a real life auction. There was a man who had run into some bad luck and owed a lot of money to ...