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Welcome to an almost daily peek at our beautiful Williamsburg, Virginia which includes the "Historic Triangle" consisting of Colonial Williamsburg -the world’s largest living history museum- Yorktown and Jamestown.

April 27, 2010

Did You Know . . . ? Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia


Did you know that even the restroom signs in Colonial Williamsburg are colonial?    :  )



23 comments:

Rebecca said...

Adorable...no I didn't know! At least the have restrooms...and not the colonial options.

peppermint said...

What a funny sign. ^^ Wondering what a Man toilet sign look like.

T. Becque said...

Oh that's funny!

gogouci said...

Neat find.

GrandmaK said...

Great sign...very contemporary! ;) Cathy

Lindz said...

lol!! thanks for the little info

Sylvia K said...

lol! I love it!! Best chuckle this morning! Have always wanted to visit your city. Hope your week is off to a good start! Enjoy!

Sylvia

James said...

And I thought the area around me was colonial. This takes it to a whole new level. :)

Snap said...

I love this post. It's one of the many things I remember about our trip there many, many years ago. I want to go again!

Serline said...

That is awesome! Reminds me of the cowboy/girl signs in Khao Yai, Thailand.

EG Wow said...

Oh, how quaint!

Lois said...

That's cute!

Jossie said...

This is great. Love it.

Karine said...

That's aodrable!!!

Jo said...

Excellent discovery of a really neat sign!

byron said...

Classic!

Riet said...

This is fun,.LOve it

Marka said...

It's the small touches that make the experience authentic.

Eden said...

That's funny and I love it.

Have a nice day

lewi14 said...

I'd be surprised if there are ordinary signs in Colonial Williamsburg...Have the visitors to wear colonial clothes?

Hilda said...

Heehee! That is so cute!

Baydog said...

Does the symbol for the colonial man show him out back standing behind a tree?

Amanda said...

I had no idea! Visiting from My World. Love the C. S. Lewis quote.

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