Williamsburg Christmas: A Colonial Holiday Celebration

Colonial Christmas in Williamsburg, VA is an 18th century celebration of the customs, music, and food enjoyed by the founding fathers.

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5 Denver Christmas Traditions

Everyday of December in Denver is filled with holiday adventures, shows, displays. Here are 5, ranging from big ticket prices to free, each a great gift idea.

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National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows Light Display

Hotel packages and meal coupons are on the website. There is so much for families to enjoy, you’ll wish you could stay longer.

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Springfield MO Day Trip into the Holidays

Merrily we go to Little Laura’s House, Uncle Roosters, Grandpa Joe’s, Baker Creek, and the greenest Hilton hotel in Springfield MO.

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Inn on Biltmore Estate, holiday time

Any time is a good time to visit the historic and beautiful Biltmore Estate. You may come to see the magnificent 250-room French château built by George Vanderbilt, but stay to visit the gardens on Biltmore’s 8,000-acre estate. We stayed at the four-star Inn on Biltmore Estate. I felt like we were treated with the same hospitality enjoyed by the Vanderbilt’s guests.

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Christmas Shopping in Colonial Williamsburg-The George and Martha Shopping Spree

Christmas wasn’t a big gift-giving time in Colonial days, but the merchants in Colonial Williamsburg sacrificed historical authenticity in favor of the much more modern tradition of holiday shopping – big time. The stores lining Duke of Gloucester Street are those that were there in the 1700s, so don’t go looking for Santa centerpieces or… Read More

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