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
... dotted the roadside, and even though it was Sunday, the pickers were in the fields and the truck drivers were on the roads. Needless to say, we have been enjoying some very huge and tasty honeycrisp apples while we travel. We set up camp at Yakima Sportsman State Park which is situated in a somewhat urban area of the city. It wasn't a very picturesque park (or city), but they did have a few good hiking trails that I ...
... Access. Here at Seaquest the phone is basically nil and text is a bit spotty, but, there's lots of green stuff to see. ;o)
I'll prepare the photos and have them ready when all is well comunication-wise.
As you can see, we did make it off of the mountain and are now in Yakima at Sportsman State Park, only a few miles from downtown. It's a real gem of a place with lots to see and many trails. You will find out about in the next edition.
I'm really a week late getting this done.. I’m actually sitting in a rest area, on the way to Golden Spike getting my writing caught up…
Thursday SEP 27 found me driving to Yakima WA to get apples for the family apple squeeze…. Years ago Connie’s dad grabbed some left over stainless from a paper mill and made a really nice mechanical apple press. He formed a screen (1/16" diameter holes) into ...
... arrived in the farming town of Yakima about 8:30pm. Our accommodation in Yakima was the guest room of Matt's dad's apartment tower which was very comfortable for those of us who got the beds (me and Katie) and fairly comfortable for the rest. Matt's brother Dan and his wife Hilary were also staying in a room in the tower, so we were able to meet them and Roger, Matt's dad, as soon as we arrived and got to know them all. It wasn't snowy in Yakima unfortunately, but ...
... from the flood, and was off limits. We disappointedly, had to turn around and accept this journey was not ours to take. As we headed out of the park, we headed toward the Yakima Valley. In search of drier and warmer weather I was sad to leave Mt Rainier but anxious to dry out a bit. The prospects of wine touring ...