Providence Hall Guesthouses
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
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Sunday we met up with our long time friend (met in 1985) Joe at a fabulous cove near his friend's house on the Great Wicomico River. Joe's friends met us there in their go-fast boat where we went swimming, kayaking, and relaxed in the warm breeze. We went up the river to the friend's home which has a private dock, cooked dinner and stayed the night. There was a thunderstorm at night and the muggy heat set ...
Believe it or not, we made it: We crossed the continent by bike!
We had been counting down the weeks, days, then the miles. Finally, we came around a corner and the road just stopped. You couldn't go any further and we were at the ocean. The journey had finished.
What did we do then? Initially, we had a swim, then we drank a toast with real champagne. There are pics. After that, a shower followed by a slap-up feed at ...
... colony, today a whole town live museum of history. Lots of activities for the kids, demonstrations of army gear.
... so, $25 later at least feel legit in this campsite.
Despite that initial hassle, this is one of the nicest spots we have stayed in! We are far enough away from the terminal, in a grassy area with old oak trees, right on the edge of the estuary with a pretty old boardwalk. We are all by ourselves, but for a couple of otters cavorting in the water, and the odd waterfowl snooping about. After dinner we wandered over to the other side of the terminal where ...
... the first time he had to serve jail time. This time they released him on a Bond of 50 pounds to be paid to the Church of England.
We then made our way to the Governor’s Palace at the Palace Green. In the dead of the night, British sailors removed the colony’s gunpowder from the magazine in Williamsburg. We listened and took in the march of town fathers and the Williamsburg Independent Company as they headed to the Governor’s Palace demanding for ...