Guesthouse Intl. Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGuesthouse Intl. Inn Yakima
Our room was satisfactory for $70, but much to our surprise and delight, there was a lovely breakfast provided by the hotel as well as milk and cookies in the evening.
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Travel Blogs from Yakima
... We were very fortunate to have a sunny day since most days are cloudy, rainy or snowy. I wish I could bottle the smell of the evergreen trees that I enjoyed on my hikes on the Emmons Vista Trail and the Grove of the Patriarchs Trail. Some of the trees are more than 1000 years old! Driving out of the park through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest we stopped to enjoy a huge waterfall visible from a trail along the road. ...
... been. Ephesis ruines were amazing. Then south to Patmos where John wrote the book of Revelation. Then back to Athens where Paul was preaching in the Agora [market place] about the God of the Bible, Jehovah and his son Jesus. There was a law that it was a serious crime to introduce any new gods so Paul was arrested and take up the hill to the Acrololis. This small hill was at the foot of Mas hill where the Parthanan stood on ...
... apple orchard who had supplied apples in the past has been replaced by a winery so we went to other family in the Yakima Valley who have apples…
Connie was grounded from a recent fall and could not accompany me this trip, so I had to solo this trip . . . With an accident on the highway I was late getting into Bill & Lucy’s place.. In all the years we’d been to his mom and dad’s place, on the ...
... s grandparents' apple orchard.
There we were let into a bit of Matt's history when he decided to go through the boxes of his old stuff that were in the basement. There were heaps of toys and collectibles and cards and books and comics and what not, some of which got Matt and his brother really excited, others of which were designated for giving away or to go to the trash.
Once most of the sorting was done it was time for us all to head next ...
... and settlement along the river and the difficulty of crossing the bar where the river enters the ocean. We also toured over a lighthouse shio that used to be stationed on the bar as a warning to shipping. All very interesting. We then spent most of the afternoon driving. We entered Washington state and drove across the state through some magnificent countryside. We saw Mt St Helens and the forests and rivers ...