History & Archaeology


History & Archaeology

Shovel bum or history buff, if exploring the past is a big part of travel's allure for you, here's how to save while doing it, from hamming it up in the stocks at Colonial Williamsburg to treading (& even digging up) the stones of ancient ruins.

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Comment by West Africa Discovery on May 7, 2010 at 6:48am
UNESCO heritage sites - Medieval trade route history for gold, spices, etc... - Cities that inspired myths and legends - Ancient literature recounting the knowledge of scholars from times gone by. Have a guess? If you give up, you can always click here for the answer: http://bit.ly/cY6lak
Comment by Vincent Russo on April 30, 2010 at 2:56pm
Diana, that's up on the Panhandle. r they getting gunk from the oil spill there?
Comment by Darryl Musick on April 30, 2010 at 10:19am
We go to find the Govenator of Kahl-ee-for-nya and go on a long hike. Today's trip report is from capitol of the Golden State, Sacramento. See why it pays to find your duly elected representatives at The World on Wheels: http://tinyurl.com/2wyzzvq
Comment by Diana Lambdin Meyer on April 30, 2010 at 8:10am
Just visited a WWII museum in Carrabelle Florida dedicated to the training that took place here on the beaches for the invasion of Normandy. Some incredibly rare items, include one of those infamous GI candy bars, and other items less pleasant about WWII. Camp Gordon Johnson is thename of it. I highly recommend it.
Comment by Ed Wetschler on April 24, 2010 at 4:15pm
Teddy Roosevelt (or maybe his doppelganger) visits his pal Gifford Pinchot, founder of the U.S. Forestry Service, tomorrow, April 25th, from 4:30-7 p.m., at Pinchot's idiosyncratic chateau, Grey Towers, in Milford, PA. They'll talk, but they will not drink; T.R. knew that Pinchot, despite his many virtues, was a teetotaler. http://bit.ly/b6Vgw7
Comment by Darryl Musick on March 22, 2010 at 10:37am
Disneyed out in Orlando? See our report on a quick day trip to historic Kennedy Space Center at The World on Wheels: http://tinyurl.com/ygf3s66
Comment by David Paul Appell on May 12, 2009 at 1:29pm
Yeah, I know Colonial Williamsburg is a little, shall we say, ersatz, but it is history-themed, so I thought I'd throw this out there anyway, just in from my contacts there:

"For just $599 plus tax, a family of four can experience a five-day, four-night Colonial Williamsburg vacation worth over $1,000. The Summer Saver is available for Sunday and Monday check-in for stays May 31-September 3, 2009 and includes:

-Four nights' accommodations in a standard room at the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites, an official Colonial Williamsburg hotel located at the Visitor Center gateway to the Historic Area.
-Daily breakfast in the hotel.
-Length-of-visit admission passes providing unlimited come-and-go access to Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area.
-$200 "resort credit" which may be applied toward meals in any of the Colonial Williamsburg restaurants or taverns, golf at the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, services at The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg, or other resort recreational fees.
-20% discount on most purchases at any Colonial Williamsburg-owned store."



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