Vineyard View Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Vineyard View Bed & Breakfast Hood River
Travel Blogs from Hood River
... Derek had Widmar Hefe. I had water. It rained and the sun came out periodically all the way there. It was raining when we got off the train in Parkdale. The Solero Brewery wasn't open so we went to Alabama Jim's and got Tillamook ice cream. Larry got Oregon Strawberry and Derek and I got Huckleberry Heaven. Very tasty! Then we went back to the train and checked out the Red Barn Gift Shop. Larry got a Bartlett pear and a ...
... with a great view east and west down the river. We toured the House which had exhibits and a balcony to get an even better view. From Vista House we had a great view of Rooster Rock State Park. We ate our lunches on the steps of the house with a great view of the gorge.
Route 30 was closed after Vista House so we went back and Derek found us a detour around the closure on his phone. The detour took us further up the ...
... desert. This place is so dry that even the buzzards need to carry water bottles. “Wow – look at that mesa.” Screech, stop, snap – got it, and, off we go again.
At this point you’ll need to forgive me for inserting a quick food story. We’re just starting to wonder if we’ll get stranded in this harsh country without any hope of sustenance when a sign announces we ...
... pisco sour is made with Pisco, which is a kind of brandy, mixed with sugar, citrus juice and egg white. I bet drinking an uncooked egg is more likely to kill you than a champagne cork is. Or maybe just eat some mayonnaise that you left on the counter overnight. Or lick a strip of bacon before you cook it. Life is about risks, no?
Falling coconuts kill almost 150 people per year--but probably only if you ...
... drugs, sex, religion, health, and politics. Clearly, we're good to go.
(Wait! Where's the sex? You may ask, feeling cheated out of an opportunity for a cheap thrill in a travel blog. Get a grip and refer to our protagonists, 5 middle aged women with oxygen tubes stuck up their noses. 'Nuff said.)
We leave on Monday and we'll be blogging about our adventures as we go. Please follow along. It should be a hoot.