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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... us up at 3.30pm for our 30 minute drive south to the Resort. Resort is a bit of an overstatement; it only has three cabins and one room in the main building. However, it is a very impressive place with the timber log construction and the cleared land for Northern Lights viewing. We were sharing the place with an Aussie Mum and her daughter, a Canadian couple and two women; Canadian and Aussie.
The resort is run by Wolfgang and Renata; who do it very ...
... the Pacific Ocean from the Parque del Amor (Love Park). The tour also includes a visit to the Larco Herrera Museum, which contains an extraordinary collection of pre-Colombian Peruvian art and artifacts. From these 45,000 artifacts, are exhibited an exquisite Collection of Peruvian Gold, Silver, Pottery and the Pre-Hispanic Erotic Art Salon; It also has different showrooms for mummies, textiles, precious stones, metals and pottery. Tour ends with return to ...
... our load lighter, taking all of the things we thought we would need and never used and leaving them here while we camp around the Yukon. We have done the laundry and are enjoying time out of the truck. We will head off to camp tomorrow night or Friday ...
... and check out Whitehorse. The first thing I see as the road follows the shoreline of the Lake/River around into Whitehorse is a large boat sitting alongside the shoreline. I pull in to see it is the SS Klondike, historical marker. (55F)
HISTORY: The Canol Road was part of a project to build a pipeline and a road from Norman Wells, Northwest Territories to Whitehorse, Yukon during ...