Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Colonial Williamsburg

Well here we are in Colonial Williamsburg! We just came back to our room after an exciting evening in the beautiful and historical town of Williamsburg. After a 500 mile drive from Kentucky we didn't waste much time starting our adventure. We set out right away to explore the beautiful town.

The shops are the greatest. I could have spent a fortune on the old writing papers, powered inks, soaps, bonnets, candles, reproduction clothing, books and cook books! I haven't bought a thing so far. I didn't want to carry it around so we plan on going back tomorrow to see everything we missed today and do some shopping. We ended the evening by taking a guided Tavern Ghost Walk by lantern light through the town. All I can say is OMG! I loved it! Not scary but so much fun!
We will probably venture over to Jamestown and Yorktown tomorrow. And I am dieing to stop at some antique shops we seen. Here are a few pics I took today before dark. I'll try to list some more tomorrow.
Blessings,
Cyndi








4 comments:

Terry said...

I am so excited for you, and I can't wait to see more! I have always wanted to go there, and seeing the pictures makes me want to even more.
Are they decorating for Christmas yet?
Have fun, and I'll be waiting for more photos.
Terry

Shelley said...

Hi,just found your blog and I must say I am going to have a great time visiting here. I enjoy this post very much and will be back to see more pictures of your trip. I would love to visit there some day....

Blessings,Shelley

Sharon said...

Just found your blog as I was doing some blog surfing. I love your blog! The pictures are great. I've been to Williamsburg once years ago but I really want to take my grandson. Maybe this summer. I also really enjoyed the picutres and info about Chance and Zoe and Chloe. I'm going to put you on my favorite's list if you don't mind. I'll be checking back soon til then take care.

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

I would so love to visit there, the pics you took are so neat. Love the little house in the one picture:)
Rondell