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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... the rude lady told me I had used all the 1 mg and kicked me off the WiFi! Pete has made arrangements to have the windshield ding repaired here. This guy has a booming business. The roads going both directions throw rocks. A lot of our group have those repairs made here. Off to see Wooly Mammoths and scimitar cats at the Beringia Interpretive Center. Again it's what you don't know you don't know! What ...
... overlook approaching the Lake...it was all I could do to obscure it and still capture the Lake in the tripod selfie I took.)
I returned to Whitehorse by mid-afternoon for some supper, a grocery stop to replenish my cooler, and a couple of final geocache hunts around town, and called it a day. This evening I buttoned up my plans for the coming days, which I expect will be interesting in different ways from the journey so far.
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... 2 black beers, 2 foxes and 1 Daddy of a Moose.. What an eventful morning as this was all only in the space of 2 hours driving. We got to Watson Lake just after 9am and parked up at a Lake to cook bacon and eggs for breakfast.. Yummy it was just what we needed to start the morning. It was another beautiful blue day. We called into the information center and got served by this nice funny as lady called Button. She ...
... volcanoes. Here there are a number of lagoons with different kinds of birds such as frigate birds, flamingoes and pelicans. (Snorkeling Site) (Dry landing)
PM: Elizabeth Bay- a secluded space lacking any landing sites. We will take a traditional 'panga' ride, passing the red mangroves and amongst the wildlife of the lively bay. Elizabeth is known for its marine life; you probably will see sea turtles and rays skimming the surface of the water. You also ...
... and Dawson City for the first half of the Twentieth Century. The S.S. Klondike was the largest of the BYN fleet. Originally built in 1929, she sank in 1936, was rebuilt and launched in the spring of 1937. Located on the banks of the Yukon River in Whitehorse, Yukon and restored to her original 1937-40 appearance, the S.S. Klondike pays tribute to an era of riverboat transportation and the inland water ...