Super 8 Williamsburg / Colonial Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Williamsburg / Colonial Area
Travel Blogs from Williamsburg
... circumstances changed and in 1610, on orders from the governor, the town and crops were destroyed, 16 killed and the wife and children of the chief were captured. This next part is a little hard to tell: When they took them back to the ship, the children were thrown overboard and also shot in the head; the wife was executed. The chief was later killed in a skirmish near Jamestown and the rest of the tribe left the area in 1611.
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... area. We finally got enough of a break to break camp but we both looked like drowned rats by the time we got in the truck and under way. Unfortunately, we must have hooked on to those storm clouds because they followed us all the way to Williamsburg. Dang it!
I’m always telling you stories about things Wendell does, so I guess it’s only fair to tell one on myself every now and then. We were traveling in some heavy rains just east ...
... 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. ...
... I didn’t feel like doing anything today, but Barbara drove to the visitor center at Williamsburg and got the lay of the land. We’ll be ready for tomorrow (assuming they’re open in the rain, just my luck if they’re not). I stayed home and watched movies and ate bonbons all day. It reminds me of when I first retired and Barbara was still ...
... granduncle, so he poisoned him. . Well, the laugh was on him when George Wythe lived long enough to write the little weasel (George Wythe Sweeney) out of his will. Sweeney was never punished, however, because the witness against him was not allowed to testify. She was the cook, a slave Wythe had freed, and a black person could not legally testify against a white person at that time. If you'd like to read more about it, there has been a book ...