As we walked down the Duke of Gloucester Street, it seemed that we’d just stepped out of a time machine that had dropped us off in the 18th century. This street, the one President Franklin Roosevelt referred to as “the most historic avenue in all America” when he visited Colonial Williamsburg, was the heart of the town where residents could find everything from a milliner’s shop and silversmith to taverns and a coffeehouse. Not to mention the horse and carriages and actors decked out in colonial garb. More
USA – Virginia
Because we’re always so pressed for time, it’s very rare that Jave and I don’t have a set itinerary when traveling. When we’re off seeking new travel adventures, it’s very rare that we sleep in late or have a “free” day to travel slowly because we know that our time is short and all too soon, we’ll have to return to our responsibilities back at home. So we usually find ourselves trying to see and experience as much of a place as we can within a very short amount of time.