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  Williamsburg, Virginia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Williamsburg, in the center of the Historic Triangle of Virginia (which includes Jamestown and Yorktown), is well-known for the restored colonial area of the city, Colonial Williamsburg, and for the College of William and Mary which is situated mostly within the city of Williamsburg.
Virginia militia led by Patrick Henry responded to the "theft" and marched on Williamsburg.
Williamsburg is notable for the fact that a high proportion of city residents derive a significant percentage of their annual income from investment sources, either in addition to or in lieu of income from work.
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 Colonial Williamsburg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Colonial Williamsburg is the historic district of the independent city of Williamsburg, Virginia.
Williamsburg was to be the capital of Virginia for the remainder of the Colonial Period.
Williamsburg is located adjacent to east-west Interstate 64 and the parallel U.S. Highway 60 actually passes through the city.
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 Williamsburg, Virginia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Williamsburg is well-known for the restored colonial area of the city, Colonial Williamsburg, and for the College of William and Mary which is situated mostly within the city of Williamsburg.
Williamsburg is served by east-west Interstate 64 which parallels U.S. Highway 60 in the area.
Williamsburg is served by several Amtrak trains a day, with direct service to Newport News, Richmond, and points along the Northeast Corridor from Washington DC through New York City to Boston.
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 Williamsburg Virginia USA
Williamsburg is in southeastern Virginia on a peninsula between the James and York Rivers, which run into Chesapeake Bay.
Colonial Williamsburg is the nation's largest and oldest outdoor living history museum and portrays 18th-century Williamsburg as it appeared on the eve of the American Revolution.
Colonial Williamsburg is a marvel, a true recreation of the city that was the capital of Virginia from 1699 until 1780.
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 Williamsburg Virginia Hotels ... Compare room rates at leading Williamsburg hotels
Williamsburg is located in southeastern Virginia on a peninsula between the James and York Rivers, which run into Chesapeake Bay.
Settled in 1632, it was Virginia's capital from 1699 to 1779.
Williamsburg then underwent a complete transformation from an industrial town to what is now known as Colonial Williamsburg.
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 Williamsburg Hotels - Find Hotel in Williamsburg Virginia
Located in colonial williamsburg the hilton garden inn williamsburg is conveniently situated near all the citys major attractions and in the heart of the restaurant district.
The best inn of williamsburg is located in historicwilliamsburg, only 1 1/2 miles from colonial williamsburg,minutes from busch gardens, water contry, jamestown,yorktown, and outlet shopping.
This inn is located 2 miles northeast of downtown williamsburg and 1 mile from colonial williamsburg 4 miles from busch gardens.
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 Travel America: Virginia's Historic Triangle AMERICA'S ROOTS - Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown form the points of Virginia's Historic Triangle, where landmark events in American history unfolded on the narrow tidewater peninsula bounded by the James and York rivers.
In fact, the Williamsburg area is one of the East Coast's premier destinations for parents seeking to provide their children with the perfect mix of entertainment and educational enrichment.
Williamsburg is the center of the triangle, about equidistant from Jamestown and Yorktown.
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 Williamsburg Virginia Real Estate
Williamsburg is just 150 miles south of Washington, D.C., 390 miles south of New York, 200 miles north of Raleigh, NC, 45 miles west of Norfolk, VA and 50 miles east of Richmond, VA.
Due to its varied, year-round attractions, Williamsburg is one of the most popular Visit Destinations in the United States.
Colonial Williamsburg is the world's premier living history site, an entire town that has been restored to the days when Williamsburg was the political and economic center of the Virginia colony.
www.relocate-america.com /states/VA/cities/williamsburg.htm   (577 words)

  
 Historic Williamsburg VA vacations. Relive the History.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Experience life as it was in 18th century Colonial Williamsburg® by touring the country's largest living outdoor history museum and its many highly appraised indoor museums.
Enjoy the Princess Anne's colonial style guestrooms that combine the charm of a bed and breakfast with the privacy of this hotel, which is located on six beautifully landscaped acres.
The Inn is centrally located among the area's attractions, just 1/3 of a mile from Colonial Williamsburg® and 2 miles from Busch Gardens® and Water Country USA.
www.historicwilliamsburgusa.com   (218 words)

  
 Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast, Vacations In Historic Colonial Lodging In Williamsburg Virginia
A hilltop acre estate located in historic Williamsburg, Virginia surrounded by century old oak, beech and poplar trees.
Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, the town where history was made.
Williamsburg Virginia vacations can be tailored to suit the specific needs of your family.
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 Williamsburg Virginia Bed and Breakfast, Busch Gardens Lodging
A few paces from the historic area, Williamsburg's Lavender Sea Bed and Breakfast is a unique lodging experience.
The experiences are almost endless including Yorktown, Jamestown, Route 5 plantations, The College of William and Mary, The Williamsburg Winery, as well as Busch Gardens and Water Country Theme parks.
Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce or the Williamsburg Area Convention & Visitors Bureau.
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 Adventure Tours Williamsburg VA Virginia + National Parks - City Guide
Designed to be a challenging putter's course, this course is beautifully landscaped with a 40-foot cascading waterfall and streams and ponds that are filled with goldfish, frogs, and turtles.
, Virginia's most historic plantation, this plantation was the birthplace of Benjamin Harris, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, as well as his son, William Henry Harrison, the ninth President of the United States.
, Virginia's oldest plantation, this plantation was settled in 1613.
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 Williamsburg Virginia - Williamsburg Virginia Real Estate, Williamsburg Real Estate
If you are considering buying a home in Williamsburg, Virginia or looking for an investment property in Williamsburg, Virginia, please use our services.
Our intent is to provide a services that makes your relocation to cities and communities in Williamsburg, Virginia as smooth as possible.
Therefore, we are able to provide relocating families the ability to learn about cities and communities in Williamsburg, Virginia and make their homebuying experience as easy as possible.
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 Bed & Breakfast Williamsburg VA Virginia Cabins & Rentals - City guide
The four bedrooms are all decorated in period style, and the common area boasts a well-stocked library and a spacious living room, both with fireplaces; there is a lovely dining room, where the daily homemade full-breakfast is served, a sunroom overlooking the courtyard and garden, and a guest kitchen stocked with complimentary beverages.
Kingsgate Resort 115 Georgetown Crescent, Williamsburg, VA 23185, Bringing an elegant lifestyle to this Colonial wonderland, this resort provides quiet one and two bedroom suites which are furnished in the style of the period with king sized beds, full kitchens, spacious living room and dining areas, and washer and dryers.
Williamsburg Vacations 331 By Pass Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185, Your official one stop shopping and concierge service for all of your Williamsburg, Virginia hotel lodging and attraction ticket needs.
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 Williamsburg, Virginia VA Family Fun   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Williamsburg Hospitality House surrounds an enchanting flagstone and brick courtyard with flowering trees and umbrella-shaded tables.
The lobby is enhanced with a blend of 18th century furnishings, and highlighted by a fireplace, intimate conversation areas and willowy palms.
The Williamsburg Hospitality House is the perfect destination for any visit to Williamsburg.
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 Virginia Beach Williamsburg Fishing Chesapeake Busch Gardens VA
Situated two blocks from the oceanfront and the heart of Virginia Beach's exciting resort area, Barclay Cottage is just minutes from the wide sandy beach and boardwalk.
Hop in the car, and within a 30 minute ride, all of Virginia Beach, and Norfolk, and parts of Chesapeake and Portsmouth are accessible.
Yorktown, and Williamsburg are only a few minutes further making them easy day trips from the beach.
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 Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast Network - Colonial Williamsburg Lodging from the areas B & B Owners
Williamsburg dates back to 1699 when it was planned and built to function as the capital of Virginia - the most prosperous and influential of the American colonies during that time period.
Williamsburg was at the center of important cultural, political and military events leading up to the American Revolution.
Historical Jamestown is located just a short distance from Williamsburg and is the oldest English colony in America - predating the pilgrims by 13 years.
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 Hotels in Williamsburg Virginia - Discount Hotel Online Reservations, Cheapest Rates Guaranteed
Once your reservation is submitted, a confirmation email about the reservation and the details of the Williamsburg hotel you reserved will be sent to you.
Quality Inn Colony is within walking distance to the historic area of Colonial Williamsburg, the nation's largest outdoor museum.
Francis Street, Williamsburg Virginia, US Ideal for the guest who wishes to fully immerse themselves In the 18th century.
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 Williamsburg, Virginia romantic inn close to Williamsburg Winery, Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens, Jamestown Bed ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Williamsburg, Virginia romantic inn close to Williamsburg Winery, Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens, Jamestown Bed and Breakfast Inn
Williamsburg, Virginia romantic inn close to Williamsburg Winery, Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens, Jamestown
For a change of pace the Williamsburg Winery is a short distance away.
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 Williamsburg Online - VacationCreations Travel Guide
Williamsburg is a great place to create a memorable vacation!
Colonial Williamsburg became America's largest living history museum consisting of over 400 structures with 88 of them original.
Williamsburg is a year-round vacation destination for all ages.
www.williamsburgonline.com   (274 words)

  
 Williamsburg VA motels
Williamsburg VA motels - Super 8 motels located near Colonial Williamsburg, College of William and Mary, Busch Gardens and Pottery Factory
Colonial Williamsburg is one of the country's premier destination resorts.
Excellent dining establishments, shopping, hotels and Williamsburg Motels, and award-winning golf courses are all within walking distance.
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 Hotels Williamsburg - Virginia
The Hampton Inn Williamsburg Center is located approximately 25 miles from the Newport Virginia Airport.
Hampton Inn and Suites Williamsburg Richmond Road is located approximately two miles north of Colonial Williamsburg, 10 miles from Busch Gardens Williamsburg, and 23 miles from Newport News Williamsburg International Airport.
Fairfield Williamsburg at Kingsgate is located less than one mile from the Williamsburg historic area and approximately 45 miles from Richmond International Airport.
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 Hornsby Construction Co., Williamsburg, Virginia
Call Bobby Hornsby when you're ready to get the straight scoop on home-building in Williamsburg, and let Bobby help you find the right home-site first so your project can be planned with the land in mind from the very beginning.
From the modillion block cornice details to the arched brick pediments, every specification of the homeowners desire was researched and provided in the true spirit of custom home-building.
Our highly skilled cabinet- makers and trim carpenters are among the finest in all of southeastern Virginia, and work with Bobby to blend the best of traditional style with strong form and functionality.
www.realhornsby.com /builder.htm   (326 words)

  
 Colonial Williamsburg Inn :: Williamsburg Sampler Bed and Breakfast :: Romantic Bed and Breakfast in Virginia
The Williamsburg Sampler Bed and Breakfast Inn is one of the finest 18th Century plantation style colonial Inns.
The Inn is located in the City of Williamsburg's Architectural Corridor Protection District.
Although this home was built in the year of the bicentennial, it captures the early American spirit of historic Colonial Virginia.
www.williamsburgsampler.com   (271 words)

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