Kiln Creek Golf Club and Resort

Address: 1003 Brick Kiln Blvd., Newport News, Virginia, 23602, United States | Resort
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Location

This resort, located on 1003 Brick Kiln Blvd., Newport News, is near Virginia Living Museum and Antiques Marketplace.
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Travel Blogs from Newport News

We arrive at the Atlantic Ocean

A travel blog entry by techboy10 on Jul 20, 2015

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Believe it or not, we made it: We crossed the continent by bike!

We had been counting down the weeks, days, then the miles. Finally, we came around a corner and the road just stopped. You couldn't go any further and we were at the ocean. The journey had finished.

What did we do then? Initially, we had a swim, then we drank a toast with real champagne. There are pics. After that, a shower followed by a slap-up feed at ...

Day 17 - Historic Williamsburg

A travel blog entry by joergw on Jul 12, 2015

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Today we visited the Colonial town of Williamsburg. Welcome to the 18th century!
This was the historic Capitol of Virginia, grown from being an ...

Fighting Generals and Napping Butterflies

A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 10, 2015

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... which is where George Washington defeated British General Charles Cornwallis and won final victory in the Revolutionary War. The National Park Service Visitors' Center at the site has Washington's actual headquarters tent on display, and while it is protected behind glass in a special room, a tunnel allows you to walk inside and look at his personal effects. It is truly impressive. Though it was still ...

A Nation Takes Root

A travel blog entry by historyhunters on Jun 07, 2014

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... gardens full of crops, fruits and vegetables.  Obviously this is how colonists and Native Americans got most of their foods but we are both ready to go home and start gardens in our yards.  While visiting the Jamestown settlement we were able to watch a blacksmith work with metal, see a demonstrations from a carpenter making a bench, and see a cook making 17th century bread.  We even got to try on armor that colonists would have worn in ...

A trip back in time

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Nov 15, 2011

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... defense against small pox, diphtheria, influenza, sexually transmitted diseases and other maladies caused more deaths than armed conflicts. Even if Columbus had disembarked peaceful farmers with the best of intentions, the indigenous people of America would have been devastated.
It was interesting to see the vast quantity of artifacts that have been discovered among the archaeological digs, which are still going on today. We closed ...