Super 8 Union Gap/Yakima Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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- While we headed to city of Yakima, we made a stop in Am&Pm for some snack , water and gas
- The fuel cost us about 16.68 dollars and snack cost us about 10 dollars
- Also ,while we were headed toward Yakima, our car broke.
- Called AAA to fix it and cost us about 500 dollars.
- Entered Yakima and had McDonalds for our late dinner.
- And went to state camp sight to send the ...
... block work is nearly finished, and it needs painting. The house needs cleaning. The final loads of laundry need to be run. Packing needs to happen. Are we forgetting something? The bikes have been to the bike shop to get tuned. We discovered Dave's rear wheel needed to be replaced, both bikes needed new chains. Oh, yes, Dave needs to repair Ann's "cargo" rack. The spare ...
... be great for a camper holiday sometime. The only issue I could see is that the campers that are rented here are enormous. Probably around the 4-5 ton. Staying in Ellensburg tonight. A nice clean tree lined university town. Had a lovely meal at a pasta restaurant then a big walk before heading back to our hotel near the freeway. Only 160km to Seattle now so a leisurely Sunday drive tomorrow will be a nice ...
... 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 ...
... headed up to a place where we could taste a sampling of Washington wines from the porch of an old villa with fantastic views over gently rolling hills planted in vines and fruit trees, and marmots. Pure misery, as dad would say.
Back in town, we enjoyed an authentic Italian meal at a place called the Olive Garden. The menu said all its chefs trained in Italy, and we believed it.