Vintage Inn

Address: 310 West 11th, Vancouver, Washington, 98660, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Vancouver

Picnic and Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by colinhardcastle on Oct 05, 2013

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... no parking spaces when we drive past. We’re in constant contact with Belinda through our phones so we decide to keep going, and Belinda has a great suggestion. There is a fish hatchery nearby which they’ve been to before, so we decide to go there and the park nearby afterwards to have a play.

We arrive, and it’s an interesting attraction. There are several pools of Sturgeon, Trout and Salmon present. You ...

Brews, VooDoos and other Portland Icons!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Jul 24, 2013

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... to his portrait. The headboard was amazingly decorative and the old time decor was great!

We wandered out for dinner to a current "hot spot", Luc Lac, a Vietnamese kitchen that is basically self-serve, place order, pay, get your own silverware, staff will seat you when a table comes available, and they bring your delicious food! I had the mussels and a green papaya salad, and D had the crispy beef on ...

'Murican generosity and hospitality

A travel blog entry by conaz on May 06, 2013

... The same guy who gave me a ride to Portland. He was calling to let me know he had found a place for me to crash at for the night. And a BBQ to go to with his brewing mates. I was ecstatic. And would meet up with him later at his request. I then proceeded to continue to the Cinque De Myo festival by the waterfront. I had a great time. Saw some Mexican wrestlers. :) and enjoyed the festival. After that I needed to chill out again. And sat in the waterfront ...

The Beginning of our Journey: Welcome Home!

A travel blog entry by jayefs on Apr 10, 2013

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... hours were going by quickly until we were driving through the Columbia Gorge and it began to downpour. Time seemed to slow, as I gripped the car door handles with white knuckles. My nerves got the best of me since we couldn’t see 1 inch ahead of us, and as I would expect, Jeff noticed the fear on my face as cars and trucks sped past us. These people are nuts! Jeff pulled ...

Pre-trip booking woes

A travel blog entry by crockett1947 on Oct 30, 2012

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... t establish an account with the site, so I had to send an e-mail outlining the situation to their general inquiry address. Soon enough I had a response and was able to finally book our two tickets in Row X, seats 7 and 8. According to the seating chart, we are in the next to the last row, on the aisle with the back wall basically behind us. There is a dimple behind row X which contains the 35 seats of row Y. We will be able to pick up our tickets ...