Residence Inn Williamsburg

Address: 1648 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1648 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, is near Duke of Gloucester Street, Military Reenactments, Jamestown Settlement, and Yankee Candle Company.
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    Travel Blogs from Williamsburg

    Colonial Williambsburg

    A travel blog entry by long2015 on Jul 10, 2015

    5 photos

    Today's stop was Colonial Williamsburg. It was a step back in time to the 1770's where we could experience what it was like to live in this Revolutionary city. Our favorites were touring the Governor's Palace and listening to the mistress of the Bray School share her experiences educating the slave children. We visited the coffee shop and had a chance to sample sipping chocolate as they would ...

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

    A travel blog entry by teslaroadtrip on Jun 29, 2015

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    A full day at Busch Gardens with Blake as we rode every ride (except the kiddie rides) in the park. Well, all but the Tempesto Roller Coaster which broke when we were just two spots away from riding in the front car. Oh well. The Naval Yard tour? Never happened as the little king ruled it out to get to the park quicker...

    All the roller coasters were great, the water rides were also a big hit ...

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

    A travel blog entry by wjmccain on Jun 09, 2015

    3 comments, 53 photos

    ... it, but she went in and scouted everything out.

    By the time she got back, I was feeling better, and we made a plan to go in the next day.

    Sunday, June 7:

    As planned, I was feeling better (yes, that was the plan), and we went into Colonial Williamsburg. It’s a very interesting place. The town is built on the original site when Williamsburg was the capitol of the Virginia colony (around 1760). Most of ...

    Dunes, Ferries and Great History

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Apr 28, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... for coffee.
    In the afternoon we drove north about 40 minutes to the Williamsburg visitor centre. The “historic triangle” area comprises Williamsburg, which is the largest preserved historical centre in the country. Essentially it is a small town, but enclosed, Disneyland style, with a huge entrance complex with information desks, ticket booths ($40 per day each), and gift shops. The huge parking lot indicates how popular a site it is. ...

    Huzzah!

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on Jun 06, 2014

    42 photos

    ... ordered that Sherwood’s guilt or innocence be determined by dunking her in water. They said is she sank, she was innocent, but if she didn’t shw was guilty. Sherwood floated to the surface and was considered to be a witch. We listened to the witnesses and had to make a judgement as to her guilt or innocence based on the evidence and the witnesses. Our group found Sherwood guilty of witchcraft. This was determined after she was asked to say the Lord’s Prayer. ...