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... pulled it all together. It was about the French involvement during the Revolution. I knew some of this, but it had never really registered just HOW much the French contributed to our success. Truly, if it wasn’t for Louis XVI and the money, men and equipment he supplied to General Washington and the troops, we’d all still be speaking English. Oh that’s right! We do! Okay, but maybe it would be the King’s English and we’d ...
... in the area, we elected to tour Bassett Hall, the home of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and his wife, Abby Aldrich. The house was built circa 1753 – 1756 by Philip Johnson, but was purchased by Burwell Bassett around 1800. The property became a part of Colonial Williamsburg in 1927 and became the Rockefeller home in 1936. Our blind guide, Charles, led us through the home giving so many details it would be impossible to relate to you.
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... White House and Civil War Museum in Richmond, and you thought the Whitehouse was in DC..... Very interesting exhibit. So after along day of playing tourist we called into and American Indian Restaurant for a Roganjosh and a Vindarloo and Narn bread. Funny how Native American food has swept the world and is the staple food of the Sub Continent. ...
... call it DOG street for short. Walking up and down it is clearly spilt into commercial and historical halves. The commercial is old fashion looking shops with modern items for sale from sandwiches and beer to books and clothes. The historical half is more traditional fair and exhibits such as wild gardens and period shops. 3pm soon comes around, and we are all on the bus heading back to Richmond. Another tour of the city on our way back to ...
... old townhomes, skirting the city monuments and then traversing the old waterfront. The 75 mile route to Williamsburg took us along historic country roads dotted with Colonial and Civil war markers and, for me, ended at the replica House of Burgesses on Duke of Gloucester street in the historic old ...