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Full Day Virginia Beach Paddleboard Rentals
"Coastal Virginia is an ideal place to go exploring on a Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP). These boards are much more stable than you would think and our highly trained staff will get you started on the right foot with ease. A lesson is a great way to get on the water with a pro by your side. In one hour you will be paddling with confidence and have a good understanding of basic s managing currents and tides and navigating through the beautiful channels of Virginia Beach. Rent a Stand Up Paddleboard and launch from our location pick the board up or have it delivered. Stand Up Paddleboards are great way to get out on the water enjoy all that nature has to offer and get some exercise! Paddleboarding gives you the full body work out without even noticing it. Your whole family can have some fun on the water with this easy-to-learn sport."
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2 Hour Virginia Beach Paddleboard Rentals
"Coastal Virginia is an ideal place to go exploring on a Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP). These boards are much more stable than you would think and our highly trained staff will get you started on the right foot with ease. A lesson is a great way to get on the water with a pro by your side. In one hour you will be paddling with confidence and have a good understanding of basic s managing currents and tides and navigating through the beautiful channels of Virginia Beach. Rent a Stand Up Paddleboard and launch from our location pick the board up or have it delivered. Stand Up Paddleboards are great way to get out on the water enjoy all that nature has to offer and get some exercise! Paddleboarding gives you the full body work out without even noticing it. Your whole family can have some fun on the water with this easy-to-learn sport."
From $40.00
 
Virginia Beach 1 Hour Double Kayak Rentals
"Coastal Virginia is an ideal place to go exploring in a kayak. Rent a kayak and launch from our location pick it up or have it delivered. Kayaks are available to rent by the hour throughout the day. Between the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Chesapeake Bay and back waters of the Lynnhaven inlet Long Creek the Narrows
From $35.00

More Local Customs in Williamsburg

Fireplace for heating and Kitchens

Because many buildings burned down and because of the heat from fires, usually the kitchens were in a separate building. When you visit be sure to go down in the cellar which originally had 11 wine...
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grandmaR
Mar 16, 2014

Fishing

The early settlers spent much time fishing, in the rich coastal waters and rivers nearby. They also harvested huge numbers of oysters and other shellfish. Here, the technique for drying fish is...
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Tom_Fields
Apr 04, 2011

Tobacco

Tobacco was the first lucrative cash crop in North America. The Jamestown settlers acquired a taste for it from the local Indians. But the type they smoked was too bitter. So a new kind was imported...
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Tom_Fields
Apr 04, 2011

Boat-Building

The settlers brought boat-building skills from old England. But they also learned new ones from the Indians, who constructed dugout canoes from trees. The Indians would chop down a tree, cut out a...
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Tom_Fields
Apr 04, 2011

Other Crafts

Re-Enactors at Jamestown demonstrate a variety of other local trades, crafts, and skills which were necessary in the new colony. Among them are cleaning clothes, forging tools, navigating on the...
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Tom_Fields
Apr 04, 2011

Soldiering

The soldiers kept everyone in the colony safe. These were professionals, who had trained since they were young boys. Most had seen combat in Europe. Of course, the New World offered new challenges....
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Tom_Fields
Apr 04, 2011
 
 
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Fences of Williamsburg

I was surpriced to see identical wooden fences, like on my picture, around all, over 500 houses in Colonial Williamsburg. It's very unique in Virginia and even in the USA where individuals fence their...
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matcrazy1
Apr 04, 2011

Ink-Powder to see, try and buy

There is ink-powder to see, to try and to buy ($2.00) in colonial Wolliamsburg's Post Office. I got to know that they used quite different ink in the past, in 18th century colonial America than you...
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matcrazy1
Apr 04, 2011

Hear sounds of colonial fife

I met this costumed guy playing on a fife on the main avenue of Colonial Williamsburg, in front of Raleigh Tavern. Fife is a small transverse (side-blown) flute with six finger holes and no keys. It...
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matcrazy1
Apr 04, 2011

New arrangement of chimneys

A typical Georgian residential house of 18th century colonial Williamsburg has either one side tall chimney or, in larger houses, two symmetrical chimneys on both side walls. But some Williamburgers...
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matcrazy1
Apr 04, 2011

Colonial brick pattern

Look at the pattern of bricks on my picture of a wall of the Tarpley's Store. Bricks in each horizontal line are laid in the way that alternately short face and long face is visible. A line below the...
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matcrazy1
Apr 04, 2011

car repair

We had a flat tire while driving on US60. Hit something in the road and bent the rim and broke the seal and punctured the tire.Called AAA and they sent a guy out to look at it and after we got the...
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davecallahan
Mar 20, 2007

Raining on your parade?

many locals have learn to use virgina's bad weather to thier advage. so your planning a trip to busch gardens but a tropical storm looks like it's going to ruin your plans, well wait it out because if...
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nick723
Sep 02, 2006

Flags

The easiest way to tell if any attraction is open is if there's a flag in front of it. In Colonial Williamsburg, the exhibit houses close at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, but each day, many of them may...
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chewy3326
Dec 21, 2005

Top Hotels in Williamsburg

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136 East Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States
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105 Visitor Center Dr, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States
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310 South England Street, PO Box 1776, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23187, United States
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101 St. Andrews Drive, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23188, United States
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331 Bypass Road, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States
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1010 Kingsmill Rd, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States
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Top Things to Do in Williamsburg

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Governor's Palace

Governor Edward Nott persuaded the General Assembly to authorize its construction with an act passed October 23, 1705, and building began the following summer. The act directed contractor Henry Cary...
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Colonial

Because we have horses, we know that a blacksmith makes all kinds of objects out of iron. The person who shoes horses is a Farrier which is a kind of blacksmith. The blacksmith James Anderson was...
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Gaol - Jail

Every town needs a jail, or gaol is it was once called. Williamsburg was certainly no exception. Its old gaol had a live-in keeper, and a number of very austere cells. Free tours are given regularly,...
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Busch Gardens

Bought tickets online for Christmas Town several weeks ago. We had some concern that the tickets were not for a specific date, but we figured that BG knew what they were doing. Drove three hours from...
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Bruton Parish Church

Although the congregation was establish in 1694, this church that stands today was not built until 1715. It is an Episcopal church and has continuously served the congregation for 300 years. The...
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The Capitol

From 1699 to 1780, Williamsburg was the political center of Virginia, where laws and justice were made and administered on behalf of all colonial Virginians. The legislature first met at Williamsburg...
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Top 5 Williamsburg Writers

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Yaqui

"Williamsburg"
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matcrazy1

"Pompeii of America!"
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b1bob

"b1bob's Excellent Williamsburg Adventures"
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deecat

"Learning To Love History Via..."
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bugalugs

"Williamsburg - Virginia"
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