Beat the cold with a hot beverage

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January 16, 2014

11:14 PM

A blazing fire feels delightful on a cold winter’s day, but a hot cup of coffee from Aroma’s or the stand on Duke of Gloucester Street can warm you up just as nicely.

Walking down DoG Street may not seem like the best idea on chilly winter days. However, the coffee is delicious, and the colonial interpreters who provide it are always delightful. Adventures down DoG Street to procure hot beverages are a great break from studying.

Some of my favorite memories, especially from my freshman year, involve my best friends and I grabbing our mugs and going to one of the stands or shops that used to offer free refills.

Either way, it’s a healthy excursion for your physical and mental health, and you can always take the time to explore Colonial Williamsburg if it’s not too frigid.

Winter is the best time to get warm beverages in town. If you ever feel inclined to escape your dorm or Earl Gregg Swem Library this wintry season, make sure to grab your friends and get some hot coffee to warm you from the inside out.

 

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Rachel Brown
  • Rachel Brown

Rachel Brown '15 is a psychology and English double major from Danville, Va. She was previously Associate Variety Editor.