Red Lion Hotel Yakima Center

Address: 607 East Yakima Avenue, Yakima, Washington, 98901, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 607 East Yakima Avenue, Yakima, is near Yakima Valley Museum, Apex Cellars, Selah-Naches Valley, and Seth Ryan Winery.
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      Travel Blogs from Yakima

      The big climb

      A travel blog entry by cameronstone on May 29, 2014

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      Today was a truly amazing day. Myself and the journey of hope team cycled 127 miles from Enumclaw to Yakima. We went up to Cayuse Pass, then down, and then up White Pass. In total we climbed over 6,000 feet of vertical. We had snow at the top of Cayuse but clear skies and sunshine in Yakima. The ride was great and my pace line crew ...

      Stage 4 - There's No Place Like Home!

      A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jun 10, 2013

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... riding about 10 AM with jackets and long pants on. But we knew they would be coming off as we descended into warmer temperatures and a change of scenery.

      About 3 miles down is Dog Lake, a popular fishing hole in summer, but ice covered all winter. A roadside pullout at Clear Creek affords views of Clear Creek Falls, Clear Lake and Rimrock Lake, ...

      Departing Yakima to Points South

      A travel blog entry by kbandjb on Aug 24, 2010

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      ... Trail.

      The Oregon Trail dates back to the mid 1800's and was one of the main overland migration routes westward from Missouri to Washington; the trail stayed active until the first transcontinental railroad was completed in 1869 by the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific companies. Today, the National Oregon Trail Visitor’s Center is located in the Baker City area where interpretive presentations, displays ...

      Orange Juice & Tooth Paste

      A travel blog entry by centrallutheran on Jun 21, 2010

      ... foot forward". They squeeze it fresh because it is the only viable option they have. Late last night I hoped in my car, drove to the grocery story to pick up a jug of milk and a jug of orange juice and returned to my apartment, probably in less time than it takes to make a glass of El Salvador Orange Juice. Many Salvadorans don't have access to a car, couldn't afford to buy orange juice off the shelf, and don't have a place to store it. So they buy Oranges ...

      A springtime hike on the Yakima Rim Skyline Trail

      A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger on Apr 19, 2009

      23 photos

      ... and if you plan on hiking the entire route be especially careful with your water situation and be sure to have a good topographic map, as the signage on the trail is suboptimal and water is extremely limited. Also, as it is not a loop trail you will need a car at both ends and, given the rough roads, a lot of time to drive between the ...