Waller Mill Park Williamsburg Virginia

The 2705-acre Park is built  around and overlooks a 360-acre lake.  Waller Mill Park, Williamsburg, Virginia  provides a variety of outdoor activities for locals and visitors alike – boating, kayaking, canoeing, pedal boating, hiking, fishing, disc golf, picnicking and playgrounds. Boat  and canoe rentals and some activity equipment is available. This is a good place to take children to play, walk, run, and enjoy the outdoors. The marked trails are easy to follow.

Features include:
Boat Rentals (kayak, canoe, pedal boats, jon boats), Hiking Trails (wooded & asphalt), Disc Golf Course, Picnic Shelters (4 to rent for events), Dog Park, Playground Equipment, Boat Ramp, Kayak Ramp, Fishing Pier, Ball fields, Restrooms, and a Boat House Store with rod rentals, tackle, bait, snacks & drinks
Address: 901 Airport Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188

Phone: (757) 259-3778
www.visitwilliamsburg.com/attractions/waller-mill-park

Yorktown Battlefield park

Images from Yorktown Battlefield park in Historic Yorktown, Virginia taken October 2016.

The Yorktown Battlefield marks the end of the American Revolutionary War, though skirmishes continued for another couple of years.  This last great battle involved over 25,000 French army and naval forces, 21,000 British forces as well as 9,000 American soldiers.  British general Lord Charles Cornwallis established a naval base at the colonial tobacco port in the 7th year of the Revolutionary War.

Colonial National Historical Park
P.O. Box 210, Yorktown, VA 23690
Visitor Information: (757) 898-2410 | Fax: (757) 898-6346
Website: http://www.nps.gov/yonb/

San Lucas Evangelista Catholic Church

Parroquia de San Lucas Evangelista Catholic Church – Iglesia Catolica de Cabo San  Lucas, Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Mexico

Panoramic view of the Iglesia de Cabo San Lucas Catholic Church in downtown Cabo
Panoramic view of the Iglesia de Cabo San Lucas Catholic Church in downtown Cabo

Catholic Church in Cabo San Lucas for  Spanish and bi-lingual masses.


This church was constructed in 1730 by a Spanish missionary. Renovations have been done over the years but the structure is rather simple. It is a tribute to the local history because little has changed in its appearance since the original construction. There is no air conditioning, only ceiling fans for cooling. It can be quite warm in the summer.