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6945 Pocahontas Trail, Williamsburg, United States
315 York St , Williamsburg, United States
415 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, United States
50 Kingsmill Road, Williamsburg, United States
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We try the Burrito cure for hangovers. Note to selves: one between 2 is fine. 2 between 2 is a bit of a mess. Its late afternoon by the time we make it into Manhattan to drop Lois' keys off with her friend as promised. Afterwards we head to ...
Sunday morning we go to the Brooklyn flea market down by the east river edge in Williamsburg. Its stinking hot so we feel a bit dizzy as we wander around the craft food stalls, vintage clothes and furniture. The heat is meant to climb into the 100's this ...
... drops and it rains all day. We even get close to feeling chilly at one point. We take the east river ferry from Williamsburg across to midtown Manhattan to do some shopping. Whilst getting some refreshments from a (ok we'll admit ...
In the morning we go to the Natural History Museum with Bronwyn. They suggest that you pay $16 entry fee. We suggest that we pay $10 and their passive aggressive attempt to get us to pay the 16 fails (*spot the 3 English girls in the queue ...
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325 Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, United States
19th-century folk household objects (toys, kitchenware, paintings, furniture, etc.) are on display at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum.
1 Busch Gardens Boulevard, Williamsburg, Virginia, United States
Travel through six European countries at this giant family theme park, where the Old World theme is imaginatively conveyed through land and water rides, including a prize-winning roller coaster, games and atmospheric landscaping.
176 Water Country Parkway, Williamsburg, Virginia, United States
The state's largest water park cools off visitors with water slides, giant inner tube fun, a river rafting adventure, flumes and other aquatic pleasures.
Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, PO Box 1607 Williamsburg, Virginia, United States
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Posted by cathycarygirl
... (going to Vegas in November) and gave me a free week at a limited set of destinations (that's why I'm going to Williamsburg). I know nothing about interesting things to see or do in the area, other than DC, which I visit regularly. I'm going ...
Posted by kitkatgo
Are you interested in history? You could visit Jamestown and Yorktown...with Williamsburg these 3 towns make up the "Historic Triangle." Jefferson's home, Monticello, is right outside Charlottesville. In Richmond (besides the yummy BBQ), ...
Posted by marian55
... Museum which was interesting if you like trains. When we got to Virginia Beach, we made sure we visited Busch Gardens in Williamsburg. [/quote] Hi Ray, Thanks for the cool info! I like taking pictures of trains, (it's one of the strange ...
Posted by marian55
... of memorials/statues for all to see. In Virginia on your way to the beach, you have to check out Busch-Gardens in Williamsburg. There is the colonial town of Williamsburg and an amusement park that has a very European styling (beer-gardens, oom-pah-pah- ...
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