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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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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... 28,000 residents and has 2/3 the population of the Yukon. Can you imagine? We did like Whitehorse though - a nice town. We had a Klondike Salmon/Halibut dinner and went to the Frantic Follies show after. Run and funny show all about the Yukon backcountry. We had some good laughs.
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... road dropped down into a valley…talk about sweating a wildlife incursion when you can’t see more than 50 feet in front of you. I was glad when the road climbed back up out of that. My destination for this side trip today was a town called Atlin, about 60 miles south of the Alaska Highway from the turn-off, and it’s across the provincial border back in British Columbia. I’d had Atlin on my radar for a side trip ...
... it to Dawson City which is where the Yukon started. We went and had a hot drink at Tim Hortons so we could use the Internet and send a message to the olds. Then we drove down to the waterfront which is on the river and there were picnic tables all around so we cooked an easy dinner. Went to the Laundromat to do our washing then went to Macaz at 10pm so Sarah could call her family as they all wanted to wish her ...
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