Canadas Best Value Inn

Address: 102 Wood Street, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 2E3, Canada | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 102 Wood Street, Whitehorse, is near Takhini Hot Springs, MacBride Museum, Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre, and Yukon Transportation Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Whitehorse

      Where two paths meet

      A travel blog entry by kawaiguy on Mar 04, 2015

      ... Play a gig in Toyohashi, visiting the maid cafe, House of Crazy, and the now-closing Avanti. One last bash.
      -Pay my respects to the foxes in Tokawa-inari, followed by a mountain climb to Horai-ji, and maybe that nameless one in Toei.
      -Spend some lazy days in Toei with Mitsuo-sensei, soaking in the onset after soaking in the ji-beru at Magokoro. MAYBE play some pachinko...wait, never mind.
      -Stay at my favourite ryokan, Shimizukan, visiting ...

      Tin Mania!!!

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Aug 30, 2014

      34 photos

      A sleep in today. I woke up early and the next thing I knew Jenny was asking me if I knew what the time was as it was 9:30. I actually thought I was awake but I couldn't have stayed there for so long without dropping off again. I did hear the neighbours leave and the dogs barking at squirrels. Because we were so late getting going today,Jenny decided to cook up a big breakfast of bacon, eggs and tomatoes. So the result was a very late ...

      Yukon and the Alaska Highway

      A travel blog entry by mkasarda on Aug 11, 2014

      ... Prairie, but as I went up, there were more flatlands, less farmed or grazed, no fences, open range. There were no trees in Alberta flatlands, then I started to see some going into the hills. As you go up, the mix of trees changes from deciduous to conifers, but not instantly. Pines and silver birch in the higher elevations. Evidence of some nasty forest fires in British Columbia. The locals say the bears are thicker than ever this summer. Also, ...

      Yukon Territory Rocks!

      A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Jul 25, 2014

      3 comments, 22 photos

      ... a cord of wood an hour to keep her paddle running. It took 36 hours to travel between Whitehorse and Dawson City. Numerous stops between the two cities were required to load more cords of wood on board. There were “wood stations” along the river banks just like gas stations along the highways today.

      Another couple, David and Carol from Seminole, FL joined us in our Subaru for the day’s explorations. ...

      Taking some hits on the way

      A travel blog entry by boat.rvclub.hh on Jun 14, 2014

      ... made sure help was on the way before we moved on to Whitehorse and waited for them. We've seen lots of RV's going north and often end up at the same campground with people we've met along the way. The small towns have nice Visitor's Centers staffed with friendly people. We've seen movies about local attractions, a great taxidermy exhibit and a movie about the Northern Lights that was projected on a curved ceiling. ...