Best Western Gold Rush Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Gold Rush Inn Whitehorse
Very helpful staff. Our room was big enough and comfortable. A good central place to stay in Whitehorse.
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Spent four nights here in Whitehorse. A nice little city. Walked around the area a lot because yes, the camper again had to be fixed. But Hans found a VW repair shop and they had to order parts for the transmission... But she's all good this morning and we are giving her another chance and if she doesn't perform we're getting that Sprinter van.. …
As we had the additional day in Dawson today was going to be a huge ride. Before leaving we stopped for a coffee at the RiverWest Bistro great muffins. As we were leaving Mike appeared he told us about his quest four corners of the US. He traveled from Miami to Alaska now heading for Bahia on a 50cc scooter.
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... off up the grade. The little GE gets a good workout climbing to White Pass, but does the job handily—#97 has served the line since 1963. At Fraser, BC we stop and Canada Border Services does an efficient sweep of the train and its passengers. We are just about to depart for Bennett when I am summoned over the PA system to report to Customs with my belongings. Climbing off the coach, with passengers staring, I am met by the conductor and brakeman and escorted ...
... and eye photographed and issued with our 30 day visa. He was quite good about it and dropped us off at a restaurant that we were planning to go to for lunch. The downside was that we had 2 hours in Skagway and we were involved with the official for a bit over an hour and we still had to get some food. We ended up with about 25 minutes to walk around. It is okay as we are going back. The bus driver was amazed that we weren’t really angry about it. We might have been if we ...
... au côté du barrage, pour permettre aux saumons de remonter la rivière Yukon à partir du Pacifique (plus de 2,300 km) vers la ponte des oeufs annuelles, quellle merveille!! Ça dure un mois et, par chance, les trois premiers saumons sont arrivés lorsqu'on était là!!! Il y a environ 1,100 saumons qui font ce trajet chaque année et Parcs Canada suit cela de très près et les compte dans l'échelle. C'est une espèce de saumon unique au monde.