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Friday, 1 November 2013


We are now in Williamsburg about two blocks from colonial Williamsburg. Our unit is smaller than most two bedroom units we've had in the past, more like a hotel efficiency unit. It is clean, the beds are comfortable and we get free internet service right in the room.

Our stay here costs us $199 US for the week and looks like this:

It is small but efficient and we are looking forward to spending a few days touring Colonial Williamsburg which is almost on our doorstep.

Mary has found several fabric stores in the area and I know they will be visited before we leave. When you travel with a quilter, fabric stores and quilt shops become more important than historical sights; matter of fact, Mary quilts while I drive. She has a box full of little pieces she is sewing together as I drive along the freeways. 

It is 21*C, raining at the moment and we are thinking of going out for supper.

Thanks for stopping by.

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