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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8216;Severino’…guess why we stopped in here?! The nice lady who owned it even gave Sevi some extra wine labels to take home with him.
Right next door to this winery was the Harvest Valley Fruit Stand. Another place you have to stop if you are ever in this area. Not only do they sell the biggest and yummiest blackberries that we have ever eaten but also the family that owns this place were super lovely. We ...
... group of teenagers are going to keep us up all night I am sure it will be fine. Dinner at an Outback Steakhouse, Garry's beer came with a slice of orange attached which was pretty funny and very unaustralian. Hopefully these damned kids will shut up sometime soon so the old people can sleep. No such luck...Stephen eventually rang the front desk to complain about the noise at 3.30am .....bloody ...
... southeast down I-82 through places like Rattlesnake Hills, Horse Heaven Hills along the northeastern edge of the Yakama Indian Reservation; this all sounds like I should be describing Wyoming or the Dakotas, but it is all right here in south central Washington. As we roll toward The Tri-Cities area, soon we cross the mighty Columbia River and we are passing through the northeast corner of Oregon. This route is via I-84 and takes ...
... been Muslims, not by any choice of our own, but simply because we were born into it. Just as most of us are American, not because of any choice we made but because we were born in America. Just as the El Salvadorans are Salvadoran not because of any choice they made but because they were born in El Salvador.
While I have understood the truth of Dr. Bailey's opening lesson since the first day of Old Testament Class, it wasn't until today that I truly ...
... the fairly stark hills around us. We began hiking the trail and soon worked our way through a ravine, upward to a broad meadow that took us to the cliff rim. And it is truly a canyon, with quite steep basalt walls that drop steeply into the valley below. Far below you can see the Roza Dam on the Yakima River, as well as Canyon road. The ...