Hi. Well it’s been awhile and plenty has happened so let me try to catch you up on things.
The day started out with breakfast at the Colony Pancake House. It wasn’t the place we’d hope, as in we we’re looking for the place where they dress in period clothing. Now that’s not to say this wasn’t a good choice, it was. The service was friendly, the food was fine and the pricing was not shocking. Should we find ourselves in the area again, we would stop here for breakfast. http://www.colonialpancake.com
From here we headed down to Colony Williamsburg https://colonialwilliamsburg.com to see all the cool stuff there is to see and explore. A large part of the area is closed to driving traffic during daytime hours. This does make walking around a lot more comfortable and safe. There are dozens of building to check out, most with folks in period clothing, speaking much like they did back then. They provided some great insight to what it must have been like back then.
They do a great job of keeping the area clean and safe and full of things to help keep folks into all can see, do and explore. The area is surrounded by the downtown area with dozens and dozens of interesting and fun shops. Food, gifts and plenty of souvenirs to meet anyones needs.
After a few hours of exploring the area, hopping, getting some cool gifts, and some awesome Baskin-Robbins ice cream we headed out to Jamestown to another historical area where we did more exploring and learning more about the area and the history of America. Jamestown has a very nice, very large, clean and informative staff and area. Period buildings, fort, ships and staff there to help and answers any questions about anything you see or want to know about that time in our history. https://www.historyisfun.org
We did choose to get a bite to eat here, which we did as much to save time as any other reason.
We left and head to Yorktown https://www.historyisfun.org
I have many photos I will try to add in the near future. After this we headed back to our hotel for the night.