Friday, November 17, 2006

Colonial Williamsburg continued...

Another part of the shopping core of historic Williamsburg. Victorian architecture is so appealing and with the large maples, and oaks the area has some wicked old world charm.

This is William and Mary book store with a Barnes and Noble affiliation. From the front this looks like a small little book store but rivals any Chapters location any day. This is the second floor where the Starbucks is located. Everything about this place is so amazing. The buildings are all restored with the old designs and all the windows are old school so it really gives you the impression you are back in the era.

Another nick nack shop. They all seem to sell more or less the same stuff but are still nice to walk through.

The Governor's Palace. Two tree lined gravel roads meet out in front of this huge house.
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