Capri Motel

Address: 2003 Melrose Street, Walla Walla, Washington, 99362, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 2003 Melrose Street, Walla Walla, is near Waterbrook Winery, Dunham Cellars, Salumiere Cesario, and Walla Walla Symphony.
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    Travel Blogs from Walla Walla

    Halla to Walla Walla!

    A travel blog entry by thomasroadtrip on Jul 12, 2015

    5 comments, 2 photos

    ... try it out. What did we do with the kids? Well, iPads and a park bench, of course. Seriously, the tasting rooms are in town and we only went to a couple... It was a cute typical small town with very friendly people. We had a nice dinner out with the boys.

    Next stop....Columbia River Gorge and a visit with our good friends, the L'Hommedieus, in Portland! Whoop!
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    Leaving the Gorge

    A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jun 03, 2015

    3 photos

    ... br> dam. The falls provided a fishing
    bonanza for many tribes and a headache for LC.
    Lewis called the area the “mart of the west” since so many tribes came
    here to trade and so many salmon were dried and pounded into meal. Lewis estimated that he saw 30,000 lbs of fish meal when he passed in 1805. I continued up the river to McNary Dam where
    there is a ...

    AFTER THE FACT

    A travel blog entry by asseenbysusan on Jun 02, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... and it will melt that facade.

    As for Italians, I cannot say I met an aloof or grumpy Italian on this trip. And I couldn't even fall back on trying to speak to them in Italian since I knew none. What I did learn quickly are the "magic words" of per favore (please) and grazie (thank you) which can go a long way. Added to that are the daily greetings like buon giorno (good day) and buona sera (good evening) and buono nottee (good night). ...

    PACKIN' THE BACKPACK

    A travel blog entry by asseenbysusan on Apr 24, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... the Amsterdam airport where they required all cords to be out for inspection. Doug and I had to fumble through our suitcases looking for these things all the while holding up the line and making the security agent a bit testy. The best that I can figure is each airport has its own tweak on the standard security rules, and it's better to go along with them than to argue. Lesson learned!

    Ready, set, pack!

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    PACKING-PART DEUX

    A travel blog entry by asseenbysusan on Apr 22, 2015

    10 comments, 1 photo

    ... compression bags available. Some needed a vacuum cleaner to suck the air out. Not even possible on a European trip! Others used bodily force to squeeze the air out of a one-way valve before closing with a zipper pull. The reviews were mixed on those about functionality and longevity. And then there was the size issue. Most reviewers agreed that for travel, the smaller bags worked better than the large size, yet most bags were sold in sets of 2, 4, or ...