Yakima Valley Hotel And Conference Center
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
Photos of Yakima Valley Hotel And Conference Center
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Yakima Valley Hotel And Conference Center
Travel Blogs from Yakima
... set out for Mount Rainier NP the next morning and spent most of the day driving through the old-growth forests and subalpine areas of the park. The scenery was spectacular as the fog burned off revealing the glaciers that cap the mountain and the fir, cedar, and hemlock trees that surround it. The meadows on the mountain's shoulder turned the hillsides crimson and golden. The view from Sunrise at 6400 feet above sea level ...
We traveled from yakima, Wash to Seattle where we borded a Delta jet for Paris, France. Then east to Athens Greece. [anout 16 houes flight time] After seeing the sights in Athens we borded a cruise ship , Orient Queen owned by Lewis cruise lines. We then cruised to Istanbule, Turkey and south to Ephesis, and several Greek isles. Our goal was to visit as many places as we could mentioned in the Bible. Especially ones where ...
... about 12” in diameter and 36” tall and then built a stainless stand for the cylinder… this was the start of apple squeezing each fall… on 2 or 3 occasions my son Jay helped grandpa make apple cider and apple jack and later when grandpa could no longer use the press he gave it to Jay.. So in the past 8 years we’ve squeezed apples 7 of those in the fall…
This year brought a change in ...
... still beautiful scenery and the lack of snow made driving and getting about much easier.
Christmas morning found Pete and I in such a deep sleep that we didn't hear the Ryan racket as they got up and ready for church. They went to the local Salvos with the above mentioned and we slumbered peacefully on til about 10am when we woke up and got very confused. They came back and got us after church and we all went out to 'The Ranch', as the Ryans call it, ...
... us as we started the journey without her. Well, Pam had for years made beaded bracelets. Each very unique and each very beautiful. Warren gave each of the ladies on the trip a bracelet to leave somewhere on our journey. At the end of the week, when we shared where we had placed these reminders of Pam, we knew that Pam had been with us every step of the way! One was placed high in a tree by the pre-school, another in the mortar of ...