Valley Oaks Inn

Address: 600 North East St, Woodland, California, 95776, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 600 North East St, Woodland, is near Woodland Opera House Theatre, Heidrick AG History Center, Yolo County Historical Museum, and Little Blue Peak.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Valley Oaks Inn Woodland

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Woodland

    Getting Ready

    A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 12, 2014

    8 comments, 3 photos

    ... it's located right next to a large park. Next we chose our preferences for excursions with the local Witnesses for the days preceding and following the convention. These include spending a day in the ministry, touring some of the Watchtower Society facilities, visiting wild animal parks, and shopping at a local market. It will be such a joy to experience all of these things surrounded by our spiritual brothers and sisters! To round out our trip, ...

    Day 54

    A travel blog entry by twowombats on Feb 16, 2012

    6 photos

    ... all of the Donner party was able to be rescued. This happened some time ago, however, a local of Tahoe had been trapped for three days in the recent downfalls. We are off for the day's adventure and after the first half dozen turns we are lost. We duck into a servo and get pointed in the correct direction and we are off down the road at eighty odd mph. We are heading first to Lake Tahoe which is about two and half hours away. We are slowly moving up to the mountains and we arrive ...

    London, here we come~

    A travel blog entry by chungs on Mar 15, 2011

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... They had lots of tourist welcoming billboards and the immigration process was pretty painless! The customs officers were busy chatting among each other as we waltzed throughI had not recognized one of our luggage since it was new to us and was also flipped over! I had let it go around the carousel several times before Salina let me know. We grabbed our bags and were on our way to a new world and a new day.

    Goodbye Portland, hello 50 hour train ride

    A travel blog entry by katewanamaker on Mar 01, 2010

    43 photos

    ... say bye to everyone. To me goodbyes at train stations and airports are more sad and have more tears than other places. But that’s just me. Anyways we left the coffee shop and went to Fire on the Mountain for lunch and a final gathering of everyone left plus Katy and Lauren had yet to enjoy a meal here and Jackie was working this afternoon. As much as I love these last meals together they make me very sad. I don’t know if I would trade them because I think I would ...

    Day 49 - Young Pioneers

    A travel blog entry by vcfighters on Jul 05, 2008

    5 photos

    ... of the history during that time period but reading and checking out this exhibit definitely put these events in some kind of perspective. I got back and Diana had to get some teriyaki sauce for the dinner she was preparing. We only found soy sauce at the Asian market across the street and the woman at the counter gave her some tips as to how she could make it herself. Thanks... Diana was gracious enough to set up a get together for me with some other young members in ...