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Que faire à Tenino?

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Restaurant
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“They are good friends that knock it out of the park!!! they make the beans and rice fresh every day and the guac is made fresh for every order. Always ask to have a tast of all three of there sauces ”
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Nourriture
“Whether you are a seasoned Wino, a casual wine connoisseur, or new to the wine world, Scatter Creek Winery staff will give you the wine experience you expect from an Award-Winning winery.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Small Town Grocery with everything you'll basically need. Milk, Coffee, Meat, Cheese, Cereal, etc.”
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Premise
“Go swimming in an old quarry and visit the railway museum. You can ride your bikes there on the trail across the street. Go left. 5 miles each way”
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Store
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Pharmacy
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Restaurant américain
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Museum
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Nourriture
“Great local produce and handmade items. Every Saturday from May-September. ”
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Parc
“The Yelm-Tenino trail corridor was acquired by Thurston County 1993. Historically it operated as a railroad from about 1869 through the late 1980's. This 14.5 mile line runs east-west through the southern portion of Thurston County and connects the communities of Yelm, Rainier, and Tenino. The trail traverses forest and agricultural lands, wetlands, creeks, and other habitat and runs parallel to State Route 507. The trail begins near Yelm City Hall, passes near Wilkowski Park in Rainier and ends at Tenino City Park featuring views of the Deschutes River west of Rainier and of McIntosh Lake near Tenino. The Yelm-Tenino Trail intersects with the 22-mile Chehalis Western Trail, linking the cities of Yelm, Rainier, Tenino, Tumwater, Lacey, Olympia, and Woodard Bay on the Puget Sound. Permitted uses of the trail are pedestrians, bicycles, and other forms of non-motorized use. The Tenino trailhead is at the Tenino City Park on Washington Avenue with access to restrooms.”
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Restaurant
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Bar
“This little Dive bar is precious. Pool Tables, Cheap Beer, and great bar food fare at excellent prices. Open till Midnight, usually.”
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Premise
“A real piece of Americana - Retro Style 50's diner with matching food and music. Milkshakes, Burgers, Fries. Fun, specially if you are visiting from outside the USA ;-)”
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Street Address
“Yes, this small local family owned winery won a total of 10 awards and medals including 2nd place in 2014 BEST OF WESTERN WASHINGTON. Go visit their tasting room ;-)”
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Point of Interest
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Local Government Office
“The Tenino Quarry Pool is open during the summer for swimming. It's history is the best part! In the 1800s the Quarry Pool was originally a working Sandstone Quarry run by The Hercules Sandstone Company. Its products were used to construct many of Tenino’s buildings.”
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