Capital Suites - Iqaluit

Address: 807 Aiviq Street, Iqaluit, Nunavut, X0A 0H0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 807 Aiviq Street, Iqaluit, is near Yellowknife Outdoor Adventures, Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, and Old Town.
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    About the ship and more

    A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Sep 05, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    This was my third polar trip, having gone in August-September 2011 to the Russian Far East Coast, Chukchi Sea (Arctic Ocean) and Wrangel and Herald Islands, on Spirit of Enderby/Professor Khromov (Vostok), led by Heritage Expeditions based in New Zealand; and in February 2009 to Antarctica's Western Peninsula, crossing the Antarctic Circle, on Polar Pioneer/Akademik Schuleykin (St. Petersburg) with Aurora Expeditions based in Australia. Adventure travel companies ...

    Day 2.5 - Arrive at Blachford Lake Lodge

    A travel blog entry by travelingsolo on Sep 22, 2013

    12 photos

    ... would really bother those with a super heightened sense of smell and it may not be suitable for those who have to sit in the bathroom for an extended period of time in order to do their business.

    The sled dogs live not too far from the lodge and cabin and you can hear them bark. For those who are extremely light sleepers, they may get woken up in the middle of the night.

    The cabin does not have a bathroom, so one must go to the outpost to do their business ...

    Day 1 - Beautiful Yellowknife

    A travel blog entry by travelingsolo on Sep 21, 2013

    6 photos

    ... of what's going on in town. It was funny how one of them used to live in Vancouver, BC, so we had tons to talk about, including how real estate has been ridiculous even here in Yellowknife.

    He also warned me to stay in the streets at night and not go on the trails after dark as it wasn't safe.

    I think that's the best thing about talking to locals and knowing what questions to ask. Most people love their town and would love to share it and make sure you leave ...

    We have luck with a great Aurora in Yellowknife

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Mar 10, 2013

    124 photos

    ... so Murray heats the soup, and later the combo dish. It is an interesting concept for a supermarket, but there probably are rules on what can be considered pre-cooked food.

    On the way out we have a look at the Galaxyland Amusement Park, full of rides and parent traps, but quite impressive, for the tiny price of $27 for a kid, $32 for an adult. Leaving this, Dianne found a dollar store, bought a new beanie (tuque), for $2.05 tax paid, and we left by what we thought ...

    History, Culture and Diamonds!

    A travel blog entry by normandsharon on Aug 09, 2012

    37 photos

    ... fire fighting teams who deliver coal and wood to create the burn piles that incinerate the carcasses, one at a time. Just recently, they had found 15 dead at Mink Lake, which is north of Fort Providence. They say that the only way to help put an end to the anthrax outbreak is a cooling trend in temperature or a substantial rainfall. Goodness, what a horrible thing.

    Now we’ve been on some fancy fairground rides before, but this road about 100 km ...