Oxford Inn Yakima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Got car sick in Yakima and threw up in my car :(
- Had to rent a new car because the smell was so bad.
- Had to pay $100 for a deep cleaning of the car.
- Grabbed gas here at a local 76 gas station for $44.19.
- Grabbed ice and food for $12.
- It took me 4 hours and 2 minutes to get here
- Not a good day in Yakima. ...
... who were sat floating in boats the entire way along the river again!
We were staying at the Yakama Nation RV Park so we decided that we should check out the Indian Casino down the road. After living so close to Atlantic City and visiting Las Vegas a couple of times obviously we found it a little smaller than what we were use to but had an hour or so of fun on the slots before heading back to the RV for the night.
... actually are you really don't get the same feel for it when they are lined up outside the airport as you do when in a building standing above one. Wandered around the future of flying centre afterwards was ok but not overly exciting, if you were a plane nut would have really been your thing. Back in the car and we stopped for lunch at a busy little cafe with a nautical theme (who knows why it had ...
... and soon after called it a night and went home.
The next day was our day to leave, so after a final farewell to those out at the Ranch and a huge lunch at Olive Garden with Matt's dad, we piled back into our van and headed north to Spokane. The scenery along the way was beautiful and vast. All through the journey we were hoping that with our climb in altitude and our northerly travels we would find a bunch of snow, but it was not to be (at least not yet!)
... If you've made it this far, be thankful I am writing at the beginning of my first day back and not the end]
So what makes El Salvadoran Orange Juice so good? Is it because they fresh squeeze it? (I've had fresh squeezed in the States, still doesn't compare) Do they put a "secret ingredient" in it? (I've watched them make it, I'm sure there is nothing but Oranges in this Juice)
And what is it that makes travel toothpaste so blah?