Travelodge Williamsburg Colonial Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... are original from the time, albeit they’ve been fixed up. Other buildings, while not original, were built in the style of the time or built from architectural drawings recovered from the time. We spent the afternoon there and then came home. My legs said very nasty things to me, because I hadn’t used them for over a week, then walked about four miles in Williamsburg. I can’t repeat what they said—this is a ...
I'm still sick. To make it worse, my fever went up to 100 today. Of course, 100 is a nice, even number. I like being even. I'd hate for you to think I’m odd.
I’m still not going anywhere, let alone into Colonial Williamsburg. I feel trapped here, like I’m in prison in an Edward G. Robinson movie.
I can’t take it anymore, see? I’m getting’ ...
... on trial. Either she was acquitted, or she really was a witch, and they couldn’t execute her.
The witch trial (the one Monday night, not the one in 1706) was held in the Capitol Building in Colonial Williamsburg. We arrived at the visitors’ center and boarded a bus that took us to the Capitol Building. The evening was overcast and drizzly, so all we saw from the windows of the bus was rain and semi-darkness. The Capitol Building itself was impressive (sorry, ...
The rain storm (calling it a "rain storm" is akin to calling a Bengal tiger a “cute kitty”) raged into the wee, small hours of the morning (there's that song again), lightning and all. I swear I heard elephants and giraffes and hippos walking two-by-two past the RV.
In the morning, we looked out the window and saw a lake. We had six or eight inches of rain puddle, about 40 feet across. We couldn’t get out of our entry door, so we had to go in and out of the ...
... the "luxuries" provided for the prisoners...shackles and toilets. Next stop was the Capitol building where all matters of government were discussed as well as housing the state court. Past the small graveyard and into the Main Street we walked looking for something to eat. But we were sided by the town crier calling for a town gathering to recruit men for battle against the British army. Nanna volunteered Greg, but there was no way that Zoe was going to let that happen, so she ...