Econo Lodge Colonial
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... s read a whole book (464 pages), worked on Maddie’s Christmas stocking, and played 263 games of Spider Solitaire. Truly an amazing feat, given that I whine a lot.
Over the last four days, we haven't done much except try to get healthy. Barbara's been into Colonial Williamsburg, and I actually made it in once. And Barbara got sick. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Let me start where I left off last Friday.
... see? These screws can’t keep me locked up. Not me. Not Billy the Crud. No siree. Last night, I smuggled a spoon from dinner by stuffing it into my undershirt. Unfortunately, I wasn’t wearing an undershirt at the time, and it slipped all the way down and fell out my pant leg. But I went back and got another one and carried it out in my hand. Nobody noticed. Shoulda done that the ...
... 8230;. Wait. What am I saying? NEVER MIND! I’ll keep this second-rate, run of the mill cold…. I’ve jinxed it, haven’t I.)
I caught a glimpse of the grocery receipt from yesterday. I’m expecting a call from the mayor, thanking us for bolstering the local economy.
As I mentioned yesterday, we saw a witch trial Monday night. It was based on an actual trial that took place in 1706 Williamsburg. The people involved were actors (the ones ...
... 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 ...
Happy day of freedom from Blake and I! We were lucky enough that our trip landed us in one of the first colonies of our country for this special holiday. Colonial Williamsburg is the historic area of the city, with many buildings either restored or reconstructed back to their original states from the late 1600's and into the 1700’s. Many old taverns have been turned into restaurants and inns with employees in the full colonial get-up. Blake and I were able ...