Holiday Inn Express Yakima

Address: 1001 East A Street, Yakima, Washington, 98901, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 1001 East A Street, Yakima, is near Yakima Valley Museum, Apex Cellars, Selah-Naches Valley, and Yakima River Winery.
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    Travel Blogs from Yakima

    More wine?...well ok, if you insist!...

    A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... rushing around the rocks and it was nice to get some fresher air and cool down from the heat.

    The rest of the day was a lot of driving from Montana, across Idaho and over to Washington. At one point we thought that we saw Sevi’s Moose – but it turned out that it was an Elk!

    Another stop along the way just pass Coulee Dam at Steamboat Rock State Park where we parked up for the night. We had some more camp ...

    Our Last Day on the Road

    A travel blog entry by bodeenstravels on Jun 29, 2013

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    ... br>
    The skies were sunny part way and as we reached the top of the last hill into Selah, the storm clouds were back over all of West Valley and to the North. We made it home without anymore rain but it did hit further West. Getting home about 2:30 was a real break, so we had time to unload, and still relax a bit.

    Wonderful trip, great memories, great family time.


    Apple Squeezin' Time

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Sep 27, 2012

    10 photos

    ... pints of apple sauce… OH YEA and 4 gallon of a special recipe of some apple cider with something special added to the mix…. One of our neighbors has this great tool that looks a lot like a meat grinder, where you pour in cooked apple pulp in the top, turn the handle and out one shoot is the apple sauce and out the other is the dry skin, seeds, stems, and maybe a few worms….

    Hope you enjoy, we sure ...

    From Mountains..To Fruit and Wine!

    A travel blog entry by joeandfrannie on Jul 18, 2007

    25 photos

    ... t understand the name of this trail until I met the Patriarchs. Old growth trees, reaching the sky, these majestic old growth trees were overwhelmingly beautiful. Our journey through this grove was cut short though thanks again to the floods of 2006. The small expansion walking bridge linking the trail had been ...

    Near Herried, South Dakota

    A travel blog entry by elviejo on Jun 07, 1992

    10 photos

    ... to test the "calendar system" for rating eating establishments. Travel writers are fond of designating the relative merits of gourmet restaurants under the star system, usually with four stars assigned to the very best. William Least Heat Moon, an Osage Indian College professor, in his book, "Blue Highways, a journey into America, rates cafes in small towns by the number of calendars hanging on the walls. Any cafe with four calendars hanging can ...