When the leaves fall

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November 7, 2013

11:15 PM

Enjoy Williamsburg as the leaves change color, the temperature drops and the days grow shorter.

Explore: Between the Police Station parking lot and Alan B. Miller Hall is a zigzag wooden bridge that leads into the distance and finally disappears in the mysterious woods.

Wear sweaters: Fall has arrived and, to paraphrase F. Scott Fitzgerald, life starts all over when the air gets crisp.

ScreamStarting every year on Sept. 13, Busch Gardens ditches its normal, quaint and friendly appearance and slips into something much more sinister.

Just ride: Fall in Williamsburg brings an explosion of fiery color in the leaves of each tree, and the best place to appreciate this is during a leisurely drive down the Colonial Parkway, a 23-mile scenic roadway in the Colonial National Historical Park.

EatTake a stroll down DoG Street one Saturday morning and marvel at striped and speckled gourds, pumpkin-flavored pastries and an overly aw-worthy amount of adorable babies and puppies.

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