The third day turned out to be a race to visit America’s historic Triangle – Jamestown, Yorktown and Wiliamsburg. You end up with a little bit of each. which is great. I’m not a big fan of museums, guided tours or staring at artifacts inside glass cases. but here you can get a detour from the usual tired museum type visit and check out the real thing; Walk around the actual first British settlement in north America (It was a sad start), climb the trenches the American’s built under the commend of George Washington in Yorktown (the last battle of the Revolution) and go for a night stroll in Colonial Williamsburg when the place is already dark and quiet and most of the colonial wannabes left the place by now.
And then you go to Aroma in Williamsburg, a cafe that offers not only wonderful food but a young and alive atmosphere you can only find in a cafe near by a local college (William & Mary college).
This is where this picture was taken:
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