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Walla Walla Reviews
Review Walla Walla
Walla Walla is an amazing place to grow up. As a child, whose second home was Seattle, I can appreciate all the things Walla Walla has to offer. With the addition of more and more options for entertainment such as Main Street Studios, Walla Walla is becoming better every year. Bowling Allies, beautiful parks, Corn Mazes, and the County Fair. With a growing Arts Scene thanks to the different collages, high schools, and the Little Theater, these is usually something to do on a friday night.
Walla Walla has been named the "friendliest city" for good reason -- the people are kind, friendly, thoughtful. It is a university town, with three colleges in a town of just over 30,000 residents, so you can always find intelligent conversation, and interesting classes. The landscape is constantly changing and breathtaking, with numerous wineries dotting the area and flanked by the Blue Mountains.
I love the area. There are so many parks and places to enjoy the outdoors. Biking, rock climbing and other forms of recreation are very popular. There are three colleges in my town, and so the police seem very proactive about pulling students over. While I don´t enjoy this part, I know that it adds to the general feel of peace in the town. The atmosphere is laid back and friendly for the most part. There is only once place I enjoy living more than Walla Walla, Washington. I enjoy the town and would consider living here after graduation.