Bowers Hill Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... br> We started at the Jamestown Settlement Visitor’s Center with a short movie before touring the galleries, then donned our rain gear and headed outside to tour the Powhatan Indian Village, the ships, and the James Fort. The village was a quick tour; it’s based on the Indian town of Paspahegh with re-creations of reed covered huts around a ceremonial circle. When the settlers first landed, the Indians were initially friendly but kept their ...
... shelves appears highly processed and fresh fruit and vegies seems to come from distant climes. "Plastic" eggs make an appearance at every breakfast - I think they use powdered eggs and present them in a different shape each am. Deep fried food everywhere. Tonight we have purchased a couple of steaks to have with salad - a bit of a challenge to cook them in a very small frypan but we will manage.
The lack of ethnic diversity is also ...
... 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 ...
... of the Civil War museums and sites closed because of the government shut down. Could there be anything more childish than the way our elected officials run this country!! "If I can't have my way, then I'll impose misery on everybody else!" We're in another 'Civil War", but it's anything but civil…
Soybean fields everywhere. We hit our first cotton fields of the entire trip.
We came across a tired old corner grocery ...
... beneath the water. I had to keep a keen eye on the rippling of the floating meadow we were traveling through. This was one of my favorite days because the sun was shining it was warm enough to wear short sleeves & the scenery peeked between the beautiful foliage. During the motoring through the skinny canal I went down below to prepare tonight’s dinner: a chicken & lentil stew. That night we tied up to a bulkhead right before the Deep Creek ...