Today, we took a tour of Williamsburg and went inside the Governor's Palace. I was stunned by its architectural beauty, and it's size. It really looked like a mini castle. I found all the weapons in the Grand Foyer quite odd and intimidating at the same time which was probably why they were displayed there. After that, we took a tour around the village, visiting the blacksmith, seamstress, wigmaker, gunsmith, and brick maker. At the gunsmith's and black smth's shops, there were these huge bellows to help keep the fire going which reminded me of the small one I have at home, which we use just for decoration. At the seamstress, I was astounded by all the layers of clothing that woman would have to wear, especially since it's Virginia and it gets really hot there. My favorite part was when we went to the Brick maker's area becouse we got to step in the clay and move around it. I found it cool how those bricks were being used to build more buildings in Williamsburg. The guy said that only the super rich could afford brick houses, which was weird because in Norman, everbody has a brick house. Afterwards, we went to Busch Gardens, and because most of the kids in Virginia were still in school, rides that would usually have two hour lines only had five minute lines and we were able to ride every single ride multiple times.