Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Timeshare Travel #TravelTuesday – Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you to Colonial Williamsburg.com for the photos.

Colonial Williamsburg offers a day-long immersive experience of what it would have been like to celebrate Thanksgiving during the mid 18th century.

Unlike the Pilgrims a century and a half earlier, the colonists had access to sugar for pies and for sweetening cranberries for sauce.

Also made part of the traditional Thanksgiving dinner by the colonists was Virginia peanut soup, a rich and creamy appetizer that many who taste it today feel could well be the main course.

What you do find on the main course menu at the various Colonial Williamsburg taverns, however, is roasted turkey with giblet gravy, cornbread stuffing, cranberry chutney, and yams candied with delicious maple syrup.

Dinner at the Kings Arms Tavern also includes wines from French vineyards that were visited and written about by Thomas Jefferson.


Stay in Colonial Williamsburg timeshare rentals for a budget-friendly visit to the Historic Triangle. For example, a timeshare rental at Colonial Crossings is just $56/night.

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