We spent all day Saturday at Busch Gardens. It was absolutely gorgeous and we all saw firsthand why it has been ranked the most beautiful theme park in America for the last 18 years. Jason and I were really impressed with how many rides they had for kids. A lot of the amusement parks we have been to were geared more for older children and adults, but Busch Gardens had a great mix of rides for all ages. Abby especially loved riding all the kiddie rides with her cousin, Paige. With their blonde hair, blue eyes and fair skin, Abby and Paige look more like sisters than cousins!
Some pictures from some of the rides at Busch Gardens...
This was how Landon spent most of the day (he was an absolute angel during our trip!) We went to church on Sunday morning and then spent the afternoon and early evening wandering around Colonial Williamsburg again. It was a fascinating area, appearing very much as it did back in the 1700's. There were people dressed up in costumes from that time period and horse and buggy rides that you could use to tour the area. We also visited the campus of William & Mary (the second college built on American soil in the late 1600's.) I even used the bathroom in the oldest college building in America, the Sir Christopher Wren Building (my new claim to fame!!)
The next day we headed to Yorktown for a brief visit before heading home. We got some neat pictures of our family and of just Jason and I in front of the James River while we walked along the sand.
We had a fabulous time in Williamsburg. We would highly recommend it as a great place for a mini-vacation if you ever come out East. The best part of all though was spending time with family again. We love you Cleveland Family...thanks for the great memories!!!