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Plan a Revolutionary Visit to Yorktown, Virginia

First, let me explain, it wasn’t that I had no interest in seeing Yorktown, Virginia. On the contrary. I'd been wanting to visit the historic location on the banks of the York River for years. But for whatever reason, each time I'd depart the region, it was always Yorktown which had me saying, I really need to get there on my next visit. Well, I am pleased to say,…
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Plan Your Visit To Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream

There's one event that keeps me returning to Busch Gardens Williamsburg year after year. Each fall, the popular amusement park located in Williamsburg, Virginia puts on its autumnal attire and on weekends at sunset, transforms into a frightening festival - Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream. Here's what you need to know to plan your trip to Howl-O-Scream.   Although my visit to Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream was hosted, all opinions are…
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Five Reasons You’ll Fall For Colonial Williamsburg

Living in the southeast, it's easy to take for granted the historic significance of the first 13 colonies. However, there's no better reminder of important past events than a fall weekend in Colonial Williamsburg. A getaway weekend is something every resident of the region should do at least once. Even if you're not from the southeast, go ahead and add a trip to eighteenth-century Virginia to your bucket…
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Busch Gardens Williamsburg does Halloween right

  Each autumn Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia transforms into a scary spectacle certain to frighten even the bravest souls. In honor of its 14th year Busch Gardens “Howl-O-Scream” kicks up the terror to a new ghoulish level.   The newest roller coaster "Verbolten" is an indoor/outdoor thrill ride through the Black Forest. As the season winds down there's a final chance for enjoying…
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Visit Jamestown Settlement and spend an afternoon in the 17th century

13 years before the Pilgrims set foot on Plymouth Rock 104 brave men and boys established the first permanent English Colony on the banks of the James River in Virginia. Jamestown Settlement in Williamsburg, Virginia In 1607 under the sponsorship of the Virginia Company the group traveled from England in hopes of profiting from the resources of the New World. They founded the Jamestown…
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