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... to the Historic Jamestowne. We had been told to stop at the Glasshouse and watch the glass blowers but we were running short on time, and while I’m sure it would have been nice, we both had witnessed this art before. The historic area is on Jamestown Island and under the control of the National Parks Service, so we stopped at their Visitor Center to show our Parks Pass and pay the additional $5 each they wanted for whatever. We watched another ...
... of how much I have missed the presence of water in my home city. Brisbane used to have a number of fountains but alas, no more. In both Dallas and Norfolk, it has been very hot. Shady glades with running water have an amazing capacity to soothe and restore and both of these cities have had these in abundance. I hope that one day, fountains will return to our Brisbane.
I am also certain that we have the best food in the world. Most food ...
... V6 and full time 4WD. At the time of booking it was about 60% more, so happiness prevails. But, perhaps that is because the desk clerk welcomed me as a visiting NATO Officer, but subsequently lost interest after the revelation that I was merely an ageing Australian retiree. There are lots of brand name hotels in downtown Norfolk, but we (meaning I) felt the need to be ON the beach. Well we are at Norfolk Beach RIGHT on the water, but the place has ...
... colonists decided it needed to be on higher ground and moved it to Williamsburg. Next it was time to travel to the Jamestown Settlement. This was a living history museum that showed what life was like in and around Jamestowne. We got to see the way of life lived by the Powhatan Native Americans as well as what it was like to live inside the Jamestowne Fort. Along the James River sat a recreation of the three boats that originally sailed ...
... onto I 64 until after to got downtown Williamsburg, but the gas was 3.27 so I guess it was worth the detour. We are now in Chesapeake, VA for the night before heading to the Outer Banks tomorrow. Only picture I have is of us driving into the tunnel going from Hampton Va to Norfolk, Va....sorry, will do better tomorrow. ...