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 Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Yellowknife Outdoor Adventures, and Old Town.
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    Travel Blogs from Iqaluit

    Downtown in Iqaluit

    A travel blog entry by eskimo on Jul 15, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    Tuesday 14 to Wednesday 15 July

    The first morning in Iqaluit was spent at the B&B accommodation catching up on admin, checking the weather en route to La Grande Riviere, Quebec (not good enough and with high winds), and chatting to Sin, the cleaner. Originally from Bosnia, he came to the town about five years' ago and set up his own business which appears to be thriving. He told of a juvenile polar bear which had been sighted in the vicinity for the last couple ...

    Day 2 - Museum and Cafe

    A travel blog entry by travelingsolo on Sep 22, 2013

    8 photos

    ... br> There was another interesting thing I learned. In the North, there are hilly places, so not every inch of land gets enough sunshine in the Summer to melt the ice. Patches of ice that does not get sufficient sunlight does not melt at all during Summer and some animals will keep to those parts of the land to keep themselves cool during the Summer. Of course, when you live somewhere, you produce dung. According to the exhibit, these dung just get covered by snow in the ...

    Day 1 - Beautiful Yellowknife

    A travel blog entry by travelingsolo on Sep 21, 2013

    6 photos

    ... way around Old Town, found the Dancing Moose Cafe, the Wildcat Cafe and the Bullocks Bistro before I got to the monument. Great...

    So if any of you want to walk there, make sure to take the left, NOT the right, and go uphill at Ingraham Dr and Weaver Dr. Then you'll just have to climb the stairs to get to the monument.

    Alternatively, you can always take the taxi.

    The view is worth it though. I was so lucky that it was a clear sunny day, so I can see the ...

    Settling In

    A travel blog entry by agiles on Jul 01, 2013

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... bottles on walks. After our finds seem to dry up, Sarah looked at a trail that went up a hill and said, "there are cans in them hills. I can feel it." What can I say? We're easily entertained and also very pleased to be off-setting the cost of our ice cream habit (FYI: Mrs. Fields Cookie and Brownie Bits was very, very disappointing - and I paid freaking $10 for it!!!). My ukulele instructor and I are getting to know each other and are figuring out the best approaches ...

    We have luck with a great Aurora in Yellowknife

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Mar 10, 2013

    124 photos

    ... area just up the road, pay our bill and organise a taxi for the morning. Talk at length to Charlotte, our pleasant hostess and get her restaurant recommendations. We get some interesting insights into Canadian politics, such as the Flag, which, while distinctive, isn't particularly applicable to Western Canada, which has no maple trees.

    Our B&B has been purpose built by our hosts, who started off with a smaller house to suck it and see, and refine ...