Providence Hall Guesthouses

Address: 305 South England Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 305 South England Street, Williamsburg, is near Shields Tavern, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, King's Arms Tavern, and DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Williamsburg

    Colonial Williambsburg

    A travel blog entry by long2015 on Jul 10, 2015

    5 photos

    ... 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

    4 photos

    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

    Yes, that's right, I'm cheating. I'm tired of being behind, and I'm never going to catch up if I don't do something drastic. So, here it is, something drastic: I'm doing four entries in one.

    I've been sick for about a week and a half, and Barbara has been taking very good care of me. On those rare occasions that I wasn't whining, she had a little time for herself. She wanted me to report to you that over the last week and a half ...

    Dunes, Ferries and Great History

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Apr 28, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... Blackbeard and his ilk.
    Amazingly, in this land of tax and government phobia, the 2.5 hour ferry cost a grand total of $15 for the car, and $5 each for passengers. The terminal agent told us that the government has tried to raise the rates, but the people wouldn't let them! Hmmm, what do they know that we don’t know? To add insult to injury, there was a second little ferry from Ocracoke to Hatteras. This 40 minute trip cost… nothing! ...

    Huzzah!

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on Jun 06, 2014

    42 photos

    ... under Christ.
    Many slaves in 1767 went to school to help educate them. This shocked and surprised us both. We found out the schooling of slaves completely depended on the location of the colony.
    We learned a story about George Wythe, who was a slave owner, and very wealthy. George Wythe Sweeney, who was the nephew of George Wythe, wanted all his riches when he passed away. When George Wythe’s wife passed away, he freed all his slaves. Lydia, his kitchen ...