TAH summer trip, day 2: We go to Williamsburg
After breakfast, we headed to Colonial Williamsburg for guided tour down main street, the historical houses, the working shops and presentations. Fascinating demonstrations of various colonial crafts.
Lunch was on our own, but most of us had lunch at the pub for sandwiches and sodas. Afternoon was more-or-less on our own. The tour guide took a group to tour various important sites on the beautiful William and Mary Campus, while other TAH folks continued exploring Williamsburg sites. With colonial Williamsburg and the College immediately next to each other, we had many options for places to see and things to learn.
Dinner was traditional colonial fare at a Williamsburg tavern, complete with visiting “residents” of the community, in full costume.
After dinner, we took the “hauntings tour,” a visit back down to certain sites with in-depth stories of the people and the hauntings people reported at those sites. We didn’t catch sight of any ghosts, but the stories were intriguiging.
Another exceptional day.