Knights Inn Yakima
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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. ...
... asked what our favourite places are so far and as there are too many to choose from we always answer the same thing – for us it is all the really nice people that we meet and that help make this trip so great - and the family that we met here are a perfect example of this.
After sampling and buying way too much wine (again) we headed back with our wine cellar/wardrobe fully replenished and ready to head to Seattle the next ...
We awoke to clear skies and cool temperatures. Knowing that it would be even colder up at White Pass, we were in no hurry to start early. We drove up the same road in less than 30 minutes what had taken 3.5 hours to ride yesterday! Mt. Rainier was still there and still gorgeous. White Pass Ski Area was deserted, except for a few people in the nearby minimart. ...
... those well know cities of Hermiston, Pendleton, La Grande and Baker City. Whoa, Baker City, we've got to pull in and check this out!
While a large segment of northeast Oregon is covered by the Umatilla and Whitman National Forests, I-84 follows a valley between these two large preserves and Baker City is nestled just at the south eastern edge. This area has some real American History behind it since Baker City was smack on ...
... complete validity of that lesson.
It is because of the Privilege of having been born into a middle class American family that I was able to travel to El Salvador and experience the wonders of the Salvadoran people. The Salvadoran people don't squeeze their Orange Juice fresh every morning because they know that it is the best Orange Juice - Ever!. They don't squeeze it fresh because their is a group of American tourists in town and they wish to "put ...