Georgetown, Washington, DC

Founding Farmer's - www.wearefoundingfarmers.com, 202/822-8783. Fresh and delicious, all items are made from scratch - pot roast with roasted sweet potatoes, caramelized cauliflower, meat loaf - uum, uum, good!

Colonial Williamsburg

King's Arm Tavern - www.history.org/visit/diningExperience/kingsArms/, 757/229-2141. Opened in 1772, delicious and tradition southern fare - cottage pye & peanut soupe are yummy.

Williamsburg

Aroma's Café & Bakeshop - www.aromasworld.com, 757/221-6676. Espressos, soups, sandwiches and pastries - the sticky bun was heavenly.

Fireside Chophouse - www.firesidechophouse.com, 757/229-3310. Basic steak house with seafood (thick chunks of crab in their crabcakes - yum!) and other basic foods and desserts.

Food for Thought Restaurant - www.foodforthought.com, 757/645-4665. From classic fare to vegetarian, ethnic and gluten free, the food is delicious.

Old Chickahominy House - www.oldchickahominy.com, 757/229-4689. Great southern food (scrumptious chicken & dumplings) and antique shop, started in 1955.

Baker's Crust - www.bakerscrust.com, 757/253-2787. A specialty casual dining featuring fresh bakery goods. Pizza, sandwiches, entreés, and more. Great desserts.

Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Serenity Tall Ship Sailing, various plantations, Water Country USA and much more fun available in the tri-city area.

Thomas Jefferson, at Colonial Williamsburg. Gave a 45 minute discourse of his beliefs of his era. Definite five out of five star performance. Even incorporated a passing train into his speech.

Williamsburg Salt Spa - www.williamsburgsaltspa.com, 757/229-1022 - Breathe deeply of 15 tons of therapeutic salt from Poland and Pakistan while relaxing in a cool and peaceful "cave" of salt. A unique adventure.