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Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown in 1 day

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We have 1 day to visit the above sights and want to also not spend a fortune in admission costs if we can help it. I appreciate a day is no where near long enough but it is all we have.
Can anyone suggest an itinerary for us. We would like to see Colonial Williamsburg but are happy to walk around the streets rather than pay $40 admission when we will not have time to see and experience all the attractions.
Any suggestions most welcome.
Thanks

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