Capital Suites - Iqaluit
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... some obscure nobody heard of restaurant, I thought they would have known most of the info by heart. But that wasn't the case. However, they were very ready to help, giving suggestions, googling things and calling the restaurant up.
The room was, as per some a Tripadvisor reviews have said, without A/C. However, it does have a fan and a window that can be opened. (Yep, you don't get a lot of hotels with openable windows nowadays, because everyone is afraid you'll jump out ...
... for finding cans. Two weeks ago, Craig came for a one week visit. His visit coincided with some record lows (4C at night). Craig of the North, as I like to call him, has a long history of dressing inappropriately for outdoor activities. Craig is only a questionable inch taller than me and often has to borrow a fleece from my house when we walk the dogs...or go snowshoeing... Upon ascertaining that Craig of ...
... into the Mall proper.
The mall has a massive oval domed roof from the outside, and the full height of the roof is used above the central atrium and the beach and water slide areas. On reaching the central plaza, we find a well-kept full-size ice rink, with a dozen skaters, ranging from proficient to expert. Walking along the plaza, with Dianne checking out the shops to replace her lost woolen hat, we encounter a red Ferrari, prize in a lottery, with a sign ...
... it is 'Tim Horton's' oh well close enough! Once we settled into Yellowknife we took a city tour with Carlos from Yellowknife Adventure Tours...the best bit was the ice road of course :) This afternoon we all had a nap to prepare for our first night of aurora viewing. We weren't supposed to go out tonight...Carlos didn't think there would be any aurora due to cloud cover but luckily we didn't listen because we saw our first ever ...