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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... in that time period. It was much different than what we call hot chocolate. It was like drinking a melted chocolate bar with vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and cayenne spices. The wig shop was quite interesting too. We learned how the wigs that the men and women wore back then expressed their status and ranking in society. We thought it was interesting that George Washington did not wear a wig, ...
Supercharged in Glen Allen, VA and Woodbridge, VA. Both nice chargers - Glen Allen featured lots of stores and restaurants including a Cold Stone Creamery where we treated ourselves to some great ice cream. Woodbridge was not a necessary stop but we decided to top off so we could have maximum charge when getting into DC tomorrow. Besides, we are not in a rush and enjoyed the stop.
... 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.
... more authentically reconstructed. It is still a small town, open to the general public but closed to modern transportation, about ten blocks long by about five blocks wide. Some of the houses and shops are privately occupied, but many are open to the public, and staffed by costumed guides posing as residents and shopkeepers. A ticket, or “pass”, purchased at the visitor centre for $36 is required to enter many of the staffed buildings. The ...
... all participated in a chant that was mixed with movements combined from our new family. This was a great icebreaker and helped wiggle out the stiffness in our bodies.
We found out that the slaves had to work in unison. They did this so no one was considered weak or working too slow. In order for them to learn how to work in unison, they created songs and beats to help with the timing of their work in the fields. They also used code names to let everyone know ...