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Old Posted Jan 2, 2018, 7:12 PM
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It sure is beautiful down there. Now I just have to make it to Boston, the last major colonial area of America that I haven't seen.
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As usual, a great set!
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Nice brick structures, I like it.
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Lovely thread. You hit a looootttt of places I've never been.

I visited Williamsburg a lot as a kid, and have been there briefly a couple of times as an adult, but I'd like to go back and look at it from a strictly urban perspective. The dual axis layout, with public buildings terminating all the main vistas, is really interesting and well-planned.
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