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Williamsburg

Williamsburg, Virginia, is a wonderful way to step back in time. Around the 1930s, the Rockefeller family created Colonial Williamsburg as a model of colonial Virginia, including buildings, gardens, and actors. It is not advisable to go during the peak tourist season but can be very nice off-season.

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Williamsburg Discussions

  • Help!
    Hey! Can anybody tell me how far Putnam Ave Brooklyn, is from Manhattan? Is it closer to Manhattan then Williamsburg? Thanks! ...

  • Interesting places in between the major cities?
    Williamsburg, Virginia between Washington and Norfolk is very interesting: http://www.history.org/ If you come in summer, be sure to see the New Jersey Shore towns - I like the Cape May County area from Ocean City to Cape May (east of Philadelphia and south of Atlantic City): http://www.thejerseycape.com/ ...

  • What interestes you in the eastern states?
    I lived in N. NJ during my high school years (born in Philly, but mostly West Coast). What interests me is the fantastic Italian food in the metro NYC area, hoagies in Philly, the S. Jersey shore (Ocean City), the Smithsonian in DC, Williamsburg and other historical sites in Virginia. ...

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  • Tripod and Friends
    Tripod is making a home in Williamsburg Virginia- He spends time reading But he especially loves to pack his suitcase and go adventuring (he gets that from Al) Tripod's favorite part of traveling is coming home to his friends And sleeping in his own bed Where he can dream about ...
    Posted in Al's Adventures by Baronessonthego

  • Colonial Chaos
    Monsters are spreading out Tripod heard that Colonial Williamsburg was a pretty cool place so ...
    Posted in Al's Adventures by Baronessonthego

  • Nov 18th ~Day #135
    A warm sunny day in beautiful Colonial Williamsburg A culinary first for me~ a shrimp Po Boy sandwich~ been there done that, probably won’t revisit that sandwich. Legend beer was quite another thing! How could anyone complain about a terrace luncheon in a magnificent setting in Virginia ...
    Posted in Nance and Trace's Great Adventure by nancy.ambler

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