Ledgestone Hotel Yakima
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLedgestone Hotel Yakima
Clean, large room in newer suites-style hotel. Nothing special, but great location. The Marriott Fairfield Inn next door would have cost less and included breakfast. Go figure.
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... set out for Mount Rainier NP the next morning and spent most of the day driving through the old-growth forests and subalpine areas of the park. The scenery was spectacular as the fog burned off revealing the glaciers that cap the mountain and the fir, cedar, and hemlock trees that surround it. The meadows on the mountain's shoulder turned the hillsides crimson and golden. The view from Sunrise at 6400 feet above sea level ...
... had recommended that we check out the Washington wineries – problem solved and next destination decided …we were off to Yakima!
On our journey we came across a cute town called Ellensburg and stopped for lunch at the Palace Café – yummy food and definitely worth the stop. Once we had filled up we hit the road and went on our way.
As we drove through Yakima Canyon and were totally jealous of all ...
... Tour and the Future of Aviation Centre as it was close to where we stayed the night and on the way to where we are going. Was amazing, the building where they build the planes is the biggest by volume in the world and its massive, it had lots of partially built and fully built jet liners in it.....Ben the engineer would have been in engineer heaven! Was awesome to see how really big some of ...
... Sara, Sami and I went for a spin on the quad bikes. They use the quads to zip all around the orchard and between houses in the valley, so the kids are very experienced on them. I went on the back of Sara's and they showed me some of the oldest apple trees in the valley, about 100 years old, that were planted by previous generations of Ryans and took me hooning through ditches and down dark alleys between the rows of trees. We got back freezing cold, but had heaps ...
... for the roads leading into the fenced in preserve, as there is no trail signage. There are three trail-heads and the roads leading to them are terrible -- much worse than most mountain roads in the state. Make sure you bring a 4 WD vehicle if you come, preferably with high chassis, off-road capabilities. We had to park some distance from ...