Toppenish Inn And Suites

Address: 515 South Elm Street, Toppenish, Washington, 98948-1651, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 515 South Elm Street, Toppenish, is near Yakama Nations Legends Casino, Yakama Nation Cultural Center, Northern Pacific Railway Museum, and Kestrel Vintners.
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    Travel Blogs from Toppenish

    Labor Day weekend in Prosser

    A travel blog entry by garyandcathymck on Aug 31, 2014

    We have been at Wine country RV this weekend. We took the bikes out for a couple of rides to check out all the tasting rooms. The RV park had a wine tasting right here and we even got to keep the glasses! Since we brought the smoker, we smoked a beautiful and tasty rack of lamb. The rack was only four bones, which was just right for us. Along with rice and veg it was a great meal. Last night we smoked some fish. Boy the smoke really got into the ...

    The Dreaded Goatheads

    A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 09, 2014

    10 photos

    It was a short drive from Leavenworth to Wenatchee and the park but our GPS took us off the highway an exit early so we found ourselves winding through an industrial area on a circuitous route to the park entrance. As it turns out there was an easier route had we gone just one more exit. Having been warmed by the sun during our drive we were surprised to be slapped with a cold, cold wind when ...

    Remembering our rules of the road

    A travel blog entry by macysmarti on Sep 23, 2012

    A lot of eastern Washington is on fire so there was
    smoke on I 90 but not like the other passes. David did all the driving and did
    an outstanding job. We both learned a lot last year so hopefully I will do as
    well when I take the wheel There was no road construction so that was a plus
    but of course we usually only have
    construction when I drive We are at a very nice RV park and will stay a couple
    of days



    A travel blog entry by normon66 on Jul 16, 2011

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... For one, he always had that horribly spiky beard that felt like it was going to rip your skin off whenever he kissed us as children. He was big. Loud. Always right. A bigoted and racist old-time sonofa*****, but another one of the hardest workers I will ever know. He literally worked himself to death. His last days of life were spent on a cot at his home. Unable to do anything for himself. Anything. So uncharacteristic of a man ...

    Over the pass and into wine country

    A travel blog entry by nancydeb on May 25, 2009

    8 photos

    Our next stop was Yakima, which is an up-and-coming wine producing area. Washington wines are really coming into their own and Yakima is challenging the better known Walla Walla region.
    It was a magnificent drive to get there. Rather than take the most direct route, we drove up and over the Chinook pass, near Mt Rainier. The snow fall at the top was amazing, two car heights tall, and, indeed, the road had ...