Vintage Valley Inn

Address: 911 Vintage Valley Pkwy., Zillah, Washington, 98953, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 911 Vintage Valley Pkwy., Zillah, is near Bonair Winery, Wineglass Cellars, Kestrel Vintners, and Thurston Wolfe Winery.
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      Travel Blogs from Zillah

      The Dreaded Goatheads

      A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 09, 2014

      10 photos

      ... little traffic. We stopped in Quincy for lunch having read some reviews found the L&R Café with raves on Trip Advisor for its no pretense good food. It was as described, small, clean, and a regular hang out for the locals, nothing fancy here. In fact, one of the locals was settling up his tab . . . when was the last time a restaurant let you run a tab? We arrived near closing but ...

      Stuck on I-12

      A travel blog entry by jscarbrough on May 18, 2013

      3 photos

      The crew has run into some heavy traffic on a mountain on Interstate12. There is only one lane of traffic open due to roadwork....first heavy traffic challenge they have faced on the trip.

      By the way they made a brief stop for some snacks, food fit for royalty. Thjey also ran across something new, wire mesh up next to the road to prevent rocks from coming down the mountain into the road.

      They are getting CLOSE....

      There actually is a Zilla somewhere!

      A travel blog entry by jim_is-nothome on Sep 09, 2011

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... wiki/Teapot_Dom e_scandal

      But not before an entrepreneur named Jack Ainsworth of Zillah decided to erect his gas station outside of Zilla in the form of a teapot. The station has been closed for several years but some locals keep it maintained and have even created a small park next to it. ah-washington-teapot-northwest-travel.p hp



      A travel blog entry by normon66 on Jul 16, 2011

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... two children, whom I had also never really known at all.

      Long ago, when my cousin Beth (Earl's daughter) was just getting to that age where she would be turning into a woman soon, Earl was called to action to bury a cow that had died. Whether it was his own or not, I cannot remember, but he had a backhoe and was the man for the job. Living out in the country, there ain't a lot to do, so when the local boys heard that he ...

      Sunshine and warm

      A travel blog entry by barbarabean on Jun 05, 2011

      5 photos

      ... pages.

      Wednesday - Once again it is cold and rainy. We did some chores, visited with Cyndie, and had a meeting with Jessylyn's family about their trip later this month. Jessylyn is Jane and Don's granddaughter and they are going to do a road trip to Mesa Verde and the Grand Canyon.
      I am packing as I will be heading east and south tomorrow.