Rodeway Inn & Suites
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... to drive to the Surrender Field but it was blocked off, likely due to too much rain and lowland flooding. This was the spot where Cornwallis’ army marched into the field and laid down their weapons, thus ending the last major battle of the Revolutionary War and assuring America’s Independence from Britain. However, Cornwallis was not there; he plead illness and sent a junior officer to hand his sword to General Washington. Washington would not ...
... See, we have some friends named Chowning, which is an unusual name. We actually visited them a few weeks ago while in Alabama. So being the bad girl that I am, I took a copy of the menu with the history of the owner and establishment on the back side to send to them. Maybe he can trace his roots.
After lunch we toured several other buildings: the Public Armoury, blacksmith, kitchen, tin shop, and our last stop was the Silversmith. That last one ...
... made them feel important. The fresh Virginian air indicated that food was on the agenda but first we stopped for an oratory by General Washington berating the English for offering poor prices for exported products. Next it was to the Tavern for a hearty fare of Pasties and a pint of the finest ale. Trading back our chariot we perambulated ...
... It was not funny and not scary, but it was crude (make that CRUDE). Actually, CRUDE doesn’t even begin to describe it. If you’d like to know more about this movie, google it, because I can’t talk about it. Of course, we both sat there and watched the whole thing.
Well, as I said, nothing to report today—only fever-induced ramblings. I’m going to read this entry in a couple of days and wonder, “Who wrote this? We must have been ...
... also talk to you and other "citizens" to pull you into conversations that may have taken place during the 1700's.
Throughout the "Revolutionary City" there are numerous businesses with skilled craftsmen and women who have learned trades and practice them using implements and materials like those used at the time. We enjoyed seeing a gunsmith, a wigmaker, a printer and bookbinder, a silversmith and an historic gardener, and there are many ...