Walla Faces Inns at the Vineyard
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- Walla Walla, what a fun name. I choose to step in this city for one day because it's name.
- A small town 260 miles away from Seattle. walked around the downtown and enjoy the road trip. sleep in the car.
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... we wandered about and were impressed by the beauty of the place.
We head back to camp and stopped at the Lyons Ferry Fish Hatchery. The raise both Chinook salmon and Steelhead, but we found only one accessible tank that had salmon about three inches long, feeding and jumping quite enthusiastically. The place was not a bit user friendly, so we sat in the shade of a large tree and has a small lunch.
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... Gass the carpenter, and the author of the first book published on the expedition, they were his personal flask, a razor case supposedly made by Sacajawea and his axe head(he was the carpenter for the exhibition). These with some other of his personal items were on loan from his descendants. We also visited the Columbia River Maritime Museum which shows how dangerous the entrance to the Columbia is, with over 2000 boats and ships having sunk over the years, apparently the ...