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We just recently used a Limousine service call "Racing Limos of Tri Cities' they were fantastic, the car looks like a NASCAR and is very luxurious on the inside. The driver was great and was able to get us around with no troubles. This is the only way to ride to the wineries around Walla Walla.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
If I were writing this tip 160 years ago, I would be telling you this is how you get to Walla Walla. Follow the Oregon Trail in your covered wagon and mules until you reach Walla Walla after a few months of travel.
The Oregon Trail crosses through the Whitman Mission National Historic Site. In the year 1847, 5,000 settlers traveled on this road.
The hill in the distance in this photo is the memorial to Marcus Whitman, who was killed by the Cayuse tribe in 1847.
Updated Sep 10, 2007
Walla Walla is a four hour drive from Seattle or Portland and a three hour drive from Spokane. Walla Walla has its own regional airport, but it only accommodates commercial flights to and from Seattle. You CAN fly in from elsewhere by making connections, but your travel time will be substantially shortened if you fly into the Pasco aiirport (PSC), which is a 50 minute drive to the west from Walla Walla. PSC is also known as the Tri-Cities Airport.
PSC is a small airport, no frills, and easy. We flew into Pasco and were able to use our Delta frequent flyer miles for the trip. Both on arrival and at departure, our plane was the only one at the PSC. No security lines! Rental cars are right outside the door!
Updated Sep 10, 2007
The Walla Walla Wine Alliance provides great information on all the wineries in the area, including a handy driving map, which is available on the website below. You can study the map before your trip, and pick up a nice big one for free at one of the wineries. The map is good for both drivers and those using limo service. Besdies showing the location, the big map also provides phone numbers for the wineries, so you can call ahead an make sure they are open.
Updated Feb 28, 2006
If everyone in your party wants to enjoy the wine tasting experience, and you want to leave the downtown area, it's best to have a driver take you from place to place. We use 4 Star Limo
Service, based in the Tri-Cities, about an hour away.
We've used 4 Star Limo for severral times, for both Walla Walla and Yakima Valley tours. They have excellent service, and their familiarity with the wineries, their owners and personnel is a definite plus. On the most recent trip our driver was Doug, and he was our favorite. He's in the picture, with of my 2 friends, while they were waiting the girls to finish up some shopping at one of the wineries.
Updated Feb 26, 2006
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