Econo Lodge Parkway / Historic Area
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... choice and was later selected to be Det Commander, but a snag happened and he was unable to assume the command. He and his wife, being the youngest in our group, were always the “kids”…and they still are! While we had seen Tom at several reunions over the years, Gail was never along for one reason or another, so we had not seen her since 1989. What a hug-fest we had, and an evening of catching up on kids and old friends. They took us ...
... 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. ...
... and women of the 18th-century city—black, white, and native American, slave, indentured, and free—and the challenges they faced." http://www.history.org/foundation/missi on.cfm Through the gates of time we wondered. Down a winding path, we left modern day America behind and found our selfs at a plantation. With rustic wooden planks stacked interlocking with each other to form fences, they highlighted the boundaries of properties. Here on the very simple plantation we ...
... the maze that Mark read about behind the Governor’s Palace, so we found that. The maze was pretty easy, but very pretty, being made from tall boxwood or some sort of hedge. They asked Cheryl to play hide and seek, which we did for a few rounds. But we were all getting hungry, so we decided to head back to one of the Taverns for the lunch.
Surprisingly, two of the three Taverns were closed. We landed at King’s Arms Tavern. Just as we ...