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... back to the Yorkshire Battlefield. Same drill: saw the movie, toured the small gallery, walked through the gift shop and were heading to the parking lot for the driving tour when we saw the “free” trolley and decided to hop on board. The driver explained he would be changing his route due to high water in places but he would definitely return us to the parking lot. The first stop was where we were yesterday, the Yorktown Victory Center, but ...
... cooped up all day and was very happy to see us, but more happy to get outside and take her walk.
Even though rains are predicted tomorrow, we plan to return to Williamsburg. Our tickets are good till the end of the year but we’ll be lucky if we can get in one more time. There’s still Jamestowne and Yorktown to see, and maybe if weather permits, a ferry ride to Smithville.
Day 24 of 49 (Oct 1). We’re “Joaquin in ...
... 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 ...
... the girls frolicked. We didn't go inside the palace. This required us to sit through and be part of a guided tour. We had two male members of our family who, although we had paid the tickets to see these thing, complained about doing so. Had we had had more information, we would have realised that it was free to walk around the township and view the exterior buildings and enter the historic shops, tickets were only required to enter the historic buildings if desired. So, we had ...
... by some local brews. Mac and Josie had their usual. It was good and satisfied us.
After lunch, we continued walking toward the end of the street, hitting the maze once more for some hide-and-seek.
We got a quick presentation from the wig maker. Only about 5% of all the people at this time wore wigs, and they were the wealthy. The best wigs were made of human hair, but many were made with horse hair.
Our last ...