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    1. Yes! Williamsburg is an amazing place, especially if you love history! The whole time I was there, I felt like I was literally walking through the past!

  1. I loved Williamsburg. My grandparents took me there as a child (around 12) and I learned so much there. That place has a way of wanting you to learn about our country’s history. I like how you described this as the historic Disneyland! Having all of the people in character and them make the food the old way. They really bring you back! I am wanting to take my daughter there so she can have the same experience I did as a child. Thank you for this post, awesome!

    1. The one thing I love about Williamsburg is that it hasn’t changed since I was a little girl. I went every two years since I was 9 until I started high school. I recently went again, and it had the same charm as the first time I went!

  2. My hubby studied at William and Mary. When we go back for weddings or vacation, I’m always struck by how easy it is to get caught up in the world they create in Colonial Williamsburg. It’s a refreshing change of pace!

    1. Oooh! I love William and Mary! I went to the campus when I was in Williamsburg and it was so beautiful. I definitely agree that it is very hard not to get caught up in the world Colonial Williamsburg has branded!

  3. But a smiling visitant here to share the love (:, btw great design and style. “Make the most of your regrets… . To regret deeply is to live afresh.” by Henry David Thoreau.

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