Just last week I had the opportunity to travel to Colonial Williamsburg to see the Leaf Change for the Fall. If you have never experienced Colonial Williamsburg it is a must. There you are transported back some 250 years to the time of the Revolutionary War. At Chownings, one of the 4 local taverns in historical area, one can dine in the time period. First, the meal, anything on the menu is wonderful. We had the opportunity to enjoy lunch twice, trying everything on the menu - wonderful. I would suggest the Cheese Crock with fresh fruit. It is the perfect lunch - leaving room for dessert. Also, with the colder weather setting in the hot cider is a must. For the evening, following the Ghost Tour, drop by Chownings for Gambols - the evening fare and entertainment that was enjoyed during the 18th Century. The food again is perfect, and the entertainment is enjoyable as well as a learning experience for the historian in all of us.
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