• Historic Triangle| Colonial Williamsburg | Yorktown | Jamestown | The Vacation Channel

    The Williamsburg Historic Triangle

    published: 14 Jul 2011
  • Our Vacation to Yorktown, Jamestown,Revolutionary War, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia! Summer 2014

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  • Exploring Historic Jamestown | Vacation Vlog 8-8-14

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  • SUMMER VACATION - WILLIAMSBURG - JAMESTOWN WEEKLY VLOG 1 |BROOKEK|

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  • Explore historic Jamestown, Virginia for family vacation fun

    Get back to where it all started: Jamestown! Virginia is full of rich American history. Jamestown is the first known British colony- William Kelso, director of archaeology at the Jamestown Rediscovery, shares his passion in this video. The history enthusiast has hosted the Queen of England at the recently discovered Jamestown fort, and has a passion for sharing history with visitors.

    published: 05 May 2009
  • Jamestown Vacation

    Sights and sounds from trip to Jamestown, VA.

    published: 03 Dec 2009
  • Jamestown. Virginia 2011

    Vacation in Colonial Williamsburg and around it.

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  • Jamestown

    A tour of the Jamestown settlement, the first permanent English settlement on the North American continent. This is from our vacation in September of 2006.

    published: 15 May 2007
  • Wyndham Newport Overlook for Historic Jamestown Mansion Tours Beach Vacation

    BOOK NOW: http://www.extraholidays.com Wyndham offers 6 exceptional choices for accommodations in and around Newport, Rhode Island. Whether you are looking for a large hotel or a small resort, a room on the harbor or one downtown, Wyndham has the perfect choice for your vacation. Wyndham Newport Overlook is located on Conanicut Island, which is accessible by bridge from Newport and the Rhode Island mainland. This island resort is a magical place for a romantic getaway because of its proximity to the rugged coastline. Be sure to visit the area restaurants, which offer regional dishes such as the traditional "jonnycake" or a "Shore dinner." Lounge beside the swimming pool and take in the scenic coastal views or take a picnic hike and explore the island's beautiful coastline. Try your l...

    published: 15 Feb 2010
  • Travel Virginia: Drive around Historic James Island near Jamestown

    Fall is a great time to travel, so my husband and I decided to book a week in Williamsburg, Virginia from October 18 to 25, 2009. Our home base was the historic Powhatan Plantation from where we did various local excursions. Williamsburg itself is the heart of Colonial Virginia, a city of about 12,000 people that was the capital of the British colony of Virginia from 1699 to 1780. At the time Virginia was Englands oldest and richest colony, particularly thanks to the tobacco plantations that had sprung up Williamsburg itself is a pretty town set among in rolling verdant terrain and its downtown core features the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area which recreates 18th century Williamsburg. The idea for this area originated with Reverend Dr. Goodwin of Williamsburgs Bruton Parish ...

    published: 08 Feb 2010
  • Travel Virginia: Historic Jamestown Settlement - ruins of the Ambler House

    Fall is a great time to travel, so my husband and I decided to book a week in Williamsburg, Virginia from October 18 to 25, 2009. Our home base was the historic Powhatan Plantation from where we did various local excursions. Williamsburg itself is the heart of Colonial Virginia, a city of about 12,000 people that was the capital of the British colony of Virginia from 1699 to 1780. At the time Virginia was Englands oldest and richest colony, particularly thanks to the tobacco plantations that had sprung up Williamsburg itself is a pretty town set among in rolling verdant terrain and its downtown core features the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area which recreates 18th century Williamsburg. The idea for this area originated with Reverend Dr. Goodwin of Williamsburgs Bruton Parish ...

    published: 08 Feb 2010
  • Wyndham Patriots' Place for Historic Jamestown Tour and Yorktown Battlefield Vacation

    BOOK NOW: http://www.extraholidays.com Your Home Away from Home in Williamsburg. Discover 18th century American culture amid the luxuries of modern resort living at Wyndham Williamsburg at Patriots' Place. Here, just a mile from Colonial Williamsburg, you'll feel more like a local than a guest, with access to tennis, swimming, outdoor grills and horseshoes. Wyndham Patriots' Place Resort is its own little community just a mile from the Williamsburg historical area. It welcomes you with a charming entrance pond and a street layout featuring two-story condominium residences that make you feel especially comfortable and at home. A small lake is perfect for a picnic or feeding the ducks. A wide range of recreational amenities keeps everyone occupied. When you are not enjoying the tranquili...

    published: 05 Feb 2010
  • Tifft Family Vacation Jamestown ND 2010

    Tifft Family on Vacation

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • Lake Cumberland Vacation - Houseboat Vacation

    Lake Cumberland is the Official Houseboating Capital of the World and located in Jamestown & Russell Springs, Kentucky! We are the destination of millions of people going boating, fishing, skiing or just cruising around. Russell County is home to Four very popular commercial Marinas where you can rent everything from kayaks and paddleboards to pontoons, ski boats, and jet skis to luxurious houseboats. Of course we have more to offer than just water! Guests can enjoy horseback riding, 18 Hole Golf Courses, Disc Golf, Putt Putt, Hunting, Hiking, Geocaching, Farm Tours, and so much more! The Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery in Jamestown attracts over a hundred thousand people each year as well as the amazing Wolf Creek Dam. Go to www.lakecumberlandvacation.com to download a Visitor Gui...

    published: 16 Dec 2015
  • Travel Virginia: The Site of the First Landing in historic Jamestown

    Fall is a great time to travel, so my husband and I decided to book a week in Williamsburg, Virginia from October 18 to 25, 2009. Our home base was the historic Powhatan Plantation from where we did various local excursions. Williamsburg itself is the heart of Colonial Virginia, a city of about 12,000 people that was the capital of the British colony of Virginia from 1699 to 1780. At the time Virginia was Englands oldest and richest colony, particularly thanks to the tobacco plantations that had sprung up Williamsburg itself is a pretty town set among in rolling verdant terrain and its downtown core features the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area which recreates 18th century Williamsburg. The idea for this area originated with Reverend Dr. Goodwin of Williamsburgs Bruton Parish ...

    published: 08 Feb 2010
  • Jamestown Vacation Or Nightmare

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Historic Triangle| Colonial Williamsburg | Yorktown | Jamestown | The Vacation Channel

Historic Triangle| Colonial Williamsburg | Yorktown | Jamestown | The Vacation Channel

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Our Vacation to Yorktown, Jamestown,Revolutionary War, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia! Summer 2014

Our Vacation to Yorktown, Jamestown,Revolutionary War, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia! Summer 2014

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Exploring Historic Jamestown | Vacation Vlog 8-8-14

Exploring Historic Jamestown | Vacation Vlog 8-8-14

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SUMMER VACATION - WILLIAMSBURG - JAMESTOWN WEEKLY VLOG 1 |BROOKEK|

SUMMER VACATION - WILLIAMSBURG - JAMESTOWN WEEKLY VLOG 1 |BROOKEK|

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Explore historic Jamestown, Virginia for family vacation fun

Explore historic Jamestown, Virginia for family vacation fun

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Get back to where it all started: Jamestown! Virginia is full of rich American history. Jamestown is the first known British colony- William Kelso, director of archaeology at the Jamestown Rediscovery, shares his passion in this video. The history enthusiast has hosted the Queen of England at the recently discovered Jamestown fort, and has a passion for sharing history with visitors.
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Jamestown Vacation

Jamestown Vacation

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Sights and sounds from trip to Jamestown, VA.
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Jamestown. Virginia 2011

Jamestown. Virginia 2011

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A tour of the Jamestown settlement, the first permanent English settlement on the North American continent. This is from our vacation in September of 2006.
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Wyndham Newport Overlook for Historic Jamestown Mansion Tours Beach Vacation

Wyndham Newport Overlook for Historic Jamestown Mansion Tours Beach Vacation

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BOOK NOW: http://www.extraholidays.com Wyndham offers 6 exceptional choices for accommodations in and around Newport, Rhode Island. Whether you are looking for a large hotel or a small resort, a room on the harbor or one downtown, Wyndham has the perfect choice for your vacation. Wyndham Newport Overlook is located on Conanicut Island, which is accessible by bridge from Newport and the Rhode Island mainland. This island resort is a magical place for a romantic getaway because of its proximity to the rugged coastline. Be sure to visit the area restaurants, which offer regional dishes such as the traditional "jonnycake" or a "Shore dinner." Lounge beside the swimming pool and take in the scenic coastal views or take a picnic hike and explore the island's beautiful coastline. Try your luck fishing from the resort. Excellent golf and tennis facilities are nearby, as is a marina where you can rent boats for fishing and sightseeing excursions. Newport, Rhode Island is an ideal vacation spot perfect for weekend getaways. Newport's rich historic background, thriving downtown and beautiful waterfront provide endless entertainment. Tour historic mansions and get a glimpse of early 20th century high society, explore spectacular coastal scenery on the Cliffwalk or relax on the beach. Dine harbor side at trendy bistros, explore unique shops on the main strip and experience the vibrant night life of Downtown Newport. Newport, Rhode Island is historical town and popular summer destination. Home to some of the most spectacular summer cottages in the country, once owned by the likes of the Astor and the Vanderbilt families, visitors can now take tours of these splendid mansions and get a glimpse of high society at the turn of the 20th century. Brand name shopping, golf and water sports are just a few of the activities awaiting you in Newport. Walk the cobblestone streets or take the ghost walk! Newport is only about 190 miles form New York City and only 60 miles from Boston; making it an ideal weekend getaway for those urbanites who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Museums, art galleries, artisan shops and trendy bistros are all available within walking distance in the town. Arrive, park your car and leave it there until its time to leave; Newport is best experienced on foot or from the water via a cruise or water taxi!
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Travel Virginia: Drive around Historic James Island near Jamestown

Travel Virginia: Drive around Historic James Island near Jamestown

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Fall is a great time to travel, so my husband and I decided to book a week in Williamsburg, Virginia from October 18 to 25, 2009. Our home base was the historic Powhatan Plantation from where we did various local excursions. Williamsburg itself is the heart of Colonial Virginia, a city of about 12,000 people that was the capital of the British colony of Virginia from 1699 to 1780. At the time Virginia was Englands oldest and richest colony, particularly thanks to the tobacco plantations that had sprung up Williamsburg itself is a pretty town set among in rolling verdant terrain and its downtown core features the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area which recreates 18th century Williamsburg. The idea for this area originated with Reverend Dr. Goodwin of Williamsburgs Bruton Parish Church who was concerned about the survival of Colonial-era buildings and approached billionaire John Dr. Rockefeller Jr. in 1924 to initiate the recreation and restoration of Colonial Williamsburg. Many of the colonial structures that had been torn down earlier were recreated, including the Governors Palace and the Capitol Building. Other important historic buildings include the Bruton Parish Church and the Raleigh Tavern. Another significant Williamsburg is the College of William and Mary, the second oldest institution of higher education in the United States after Harvard University. This university was founded in 1693 and educated such illustrious personalities as US Presidents Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and John Tyler. The attractive campus is centered around the Sir Christopher Wren Building, the oldest college building in the US and a National Historic Landmark. I was able to get a nice personal tour of the building which was provided by a very knowledgeable history student from the College. Part of Virginias Historic Triangle (in addition to Williamsburg) are the towns of Yorktown and Jamestown. Jamestown is the first permanent English settlement in the New World and was established in 1607. Yorktown is the site of the surrender of General Cornwallis to General George Washington in 1781 during the most important battle of the American Revolution. An important battle during the American Civil War (1861 to 1865) also took place here. The Greater Williamsburg area is full of history and will delight anyone with an interest in early American history. We also made a day trip to Norfolk, Virginias second largest city and an important naval base. Heading further south we stopped in Virginia Beach, a popular beach resort town on the Atlantic Ocean. We played golf at several well-manicured golf courses, all of which were former plantations. Last but not least, we did a little bit of outlet shopping in Williamsburg, a nice way to cap off a fall vacation.
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Travel Virginia: Historic Jamestown Settlement - ruins of the Ambler House

Travel Virginia: Historic Jamestown Settlement - ruins of the Ambler House

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Fall is a great time to travel, so my husband and I decided to book a week in Williamsburg, Virginia from October 18 to 25, 2009. Our home base was the historic Powhatan Plantation from where we did various local excursions. Williamsburg itself is the heart of Colonial Virginia, a city of about 12,000 people that was the capital of the British colony of Virginia from 1699 to 1780. At the time Virginia was Englands oldest and richest colony, particularly thanks to the tobacco plantations that had sprung up Williamsburg itself is a pretty town set among in rolling verdant terrain and its downtown core features the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area which recreates 18th century Williamsburg. The idea for this area originated with Reverend Dr. Goodwin of Williamsburgs Bruton Parish Church who was concerned about the survival of Colonial-era buildings and approached billionaire John Dr. Rockefeller Jr. in 1924 to initiate the recreation and restoration of Colonial Williamsburg. Many of the colonial structures that had been torn down earlier were recreated, including the Governors Palace and the Capitol Building. Other important historic buildings include the Bruton Parish Church and the Raleigh Tavern. Another significant Williamsburg is the College of William and Mary, the second oldest institution of higher education in the United States after Harvard University. This university was founded in 1693 and educated such illustrious personalities as US Presidents Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and John Tyler. The attractive campus is centered around the Sir Christopher Wren Building, the oldest college building in the US and a National Historic Landmark. I was able to get a nice personal tour of the building which was provided by a very knowledgeable history student from the College. Part of Virginias Historic Triangle (in addition to Williamsburg) are the towns of Yorktown and Jamestown. Jamestown is the first permanent English settlement in the New World and was established in 1607. Yorktown is the site of the surrender of General Cornwallis to General George Washington in 1781 during the most important battle of the American Revolution. An important battle during the American Civil War (1861 to 1865) also took place here. The Greater Williamsburg area is full of history and will delight anyone with an interest in early American history. We also made a day trip to Norfolk, Virginias second largest city and an important naval base. Heading further south we stopped in Virginia Beach, a popular beach resort town on the Atlantic Ocean. We played golf at several well-manicured golf courses, all of which were former plantations. Last but not least, we did a little bit of outlet shopping in Williamsburg, a nice way to cap off a fall vacation.
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Wyndham Patriots' Place for Historic Jamestown Tour and Yorktown Battlefield Vacation

Wyndham Patriots' Place for Historic Jamestown Tour and Yorktown Battlefield Vacation

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BOOK NOW: http://www.extraholidays.com Your Home Away from Home in Williamsburg. Discover 18th century American culture amid the luxuries of modern resort living at Wyndham Williamsburg at Patriots' Place. Here, just a mile from Colonial Williamsburg, you'll feel more like a local than a guest, with access to tennis, swimming, outdoor grills and horseshoes. Wyndham Patriots' Place Resort is its own little community just a mile from the Williamsburg historical area. It welcomes you with a charming entrance pond and a street layout featuring two-story condominium residences that make you feel especially comfortable and at home. A small lake is perfect for a picnic or feeding the ducks. A wide range of recreational amenities keeps everyone occupied. When you are not enjoying the tranquility and the outdoor pool set against tall, majestic pine trees at Wyndham Patriots' Place, your family will enjoy the many resort sponsored activities. From Game Show Mania and Hollywood Lights Movie Night to Songs 'n' S'mores 'n' Ghost Stories and Casino Night, this resort's activities program let's you reconnect with your loved ones. Williamsburg is home to the foremost historic district in the United States. Scores of famous homes and buildings are available for tours, and stores and restaurants offer traditional fare. Other area attractions include Jamestown, Yorktown, College of William and Mary, and Busch Gardens. The 173 acre Williamsburg historic area is filled with the true sights, sounds and activities of Colonial America. American History as it was in the 1800's is all yours for exploring with guided tours of the Governors Palace, the Capitol Building and Courthouse and many authentic taverns and residences, as well as lots of shopping, restaurants and so much more. Jamestown and Yorktown are also nearby and will complete your travels through the Historic Triangle. Bed and breakfasts, restaurants and shops are a major part of what Williamsburg is today. Nearby, visitors enjoy golf, fishing, miniature golf, bike trails, and nature walks. Area attractions include historical Williamsburg, nearby Water Country USA, and the Music Theater of Williamsburg. Golf, lakes, and boating are also nearby. You can also find the Williamsburg Pottery Factory, museums and historic sites like the Watermen's Museum, Berkeley Plantation and Carter's Grove Plantation.
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Tifft Family Vacation   Jamestown ND 2010

Tifft Family Vacation Jamestown ND 2010

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Lake Cumberland Vacation - Houseboat Vacation

Lake Cumberland Vacation - Houseboat Vacation

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Lake Cumberland is the Official Houseboating Capital of the World and located in Jamestown & Russell Springs, Kentucky! We are the destination of millions of people going boating, fishing, skiing or just cruising around. Russell County is home to Four very popular commercial Marinas where you can rent everything from kayaks and paddleboards to pontoons, ski boats, and jet skis to luxurious houseboats. Of course we have more to offer than just water! Guests can enjoy horseback riding, 18 Hole Golf Courses, Disc Golf, Putt Putt, Hunting, Hiking, Geocaching, Farm Tours, and so much more! The Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery in Jamestown attracts over a hundred thousand people each year as well as the amazing Wolf Creek Dam. Go to www.lakecumberlandvacation.com to download a Visitor Guide or give us a call at 270-866-4333
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Travel Virginia: The Site of the First Landing in historic Jamestown

Travel Virginia: The Site of the First Landing in historic Jamestown

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Fall is a great time to travel, so my husband and I decided to book a week in Williamsburg, Virginia from October 18 to 25, 2009. Our home base was the historic Powhatan Plantation from where we did various local excursions. Williamsburg itself is the heart of Colonial Virginia, a city of about 12,000 people that was the capital of the British colony of Virginia from 1699 to 1780. At the time Virginia was Englands oldest and richest colony, particularly thanks to the tobacco plantations that had sprung up Williamsburg itself is a pretty town set among in rolling verdant terrain and its downtown core features the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area which recreates 18th century Williamsburg. The idea for this area originated with Reverend Dr. Goodwin of Williamsburgs Bruton Parish Church who was concerned about the survival of Colonial-era buildings and approached billionaire John Dr. Rockefeller Jr. in 1924 to initiate the recreation and restoration of Colonial Williamsburg. Many of the colonial structures that had been torn down earlier were recreated, including the Governors Palace and the Capitol Building. Other important historic buildings include the Bruton Parish Church and the Raleigh Tavern. Another significant Williamsburg is the College of William and Mary, the second oldest institution of higher education in the United States after Harvard University. This university was founded in 1693 and educated such illustrious personalities as US Presidents Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and John Tyler. The attractive campus is centered around the Sir Christopher Wren Building, the oldest college building in the US and a National Historic Landmark. I was able to get a nice personal tour of the building which was provided by a very knowledgeable history student from the College. Part of Virginias Historic Triangle (in addition to Williamsburg) are the towns of Yorktown and Jamestown. Jamestown is the first permanent English settlement in the New World and was established in 1607. Yorktown is the site of the surrender of General Cornwallis to General George Washington in 1781 during the most important battle of the American Revolution. An important battle during the American Civil War (1861 to 1865) also took place here. The Greater Williamsburg area is full of history and will delight anyone with an interest in early American history. We also made a day trip to Norfolk, Virginias second largest city and an important naval base. Heading further south we stopped in Virginia Beach, a popular beach resort town on the Atlantic Ocean. We played golf at several well-manicured golf courses, all of which were former plantations. Last but not least, we did a little bit of outlet shopping in Williamsburg, a nice way to cap off a fall vacation.
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Jamestown Vacation Or Nightmare

Jamestown Vacation Or Nightmare

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