Walla Faces Inns at the Vineyard

Address: 254 Wheat Ridge Lane, Walla Walla, Washington, 99362, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 254 Wheat Ridge Lane, Walla Walla, is near Walla Walla Vintners, Dunham Cellars, Bunchgrass Winery, and Leonetti Cellar.
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      A travel blog entry by darren.huang on Dec 05, 2014

      • 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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      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Aug 15, 2014

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      ... we wandered about and were impressed by the beauty of the place.

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      Countdown!

      A travel blog entry by guatemala2014 on Jul 30, 2014

      Well, we are days from leaving and still don't have Mailens passport, yet not worried??!!! Have had it expedited so will call again tomorrow and trust for the best! Tomorrow is Mailens "gotcha" day-the day we arrived home with her from guatemala. Amazing to think she and I are headed back in just a matter of days! All I know is this trip will be far more amazing than I can imagine. I pray it gives us both an appreciation for all we have been given. ...

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      A travel blog entry by marts230 on Jul 21, 2014

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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 ...