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 3 - Lazy Day

    A travel blog entry by travelingsolo on Sep 23, 2013

    6 photos

    ... to go try fishing at the dock. So we went. It was such a beautiful day! There was no wind early in the afternoon so the lake reflected everything like a mirror. We didn't catch anything though, but I got to learn how to handle the rod.

    I remember the few times that my dad took us out on a boat in Hong Kong when I was kid. We had these little plastic things to wrap the fishing line around that doesn't do jack, so I've ...

    Day 2 - Museum and Cafe

    A travel blog entry by travelingsolo on Sep 22, 2013

    8 photos

    ... couple of blocks away? She should use her legs for once!" Or something of those lines.

    Seriously, I have my reasons. I walked too much yesterday and I got blisters. My feet hurt, OK?

    Anyway, there were several exhibits in the museum, most of which were very interesting.

    One thing of note is that admission is free, but you are also welcome to make a donation. The donation box is at the entrance.

    There were much information on the formation ...

    Day 1 - Beautiful Yellowknife

    A travel blog entry by travelingsolo on Sep 21, 2013

    6 photos

    ... this blog to "The Travels of a Directionally Challenged". As I was entering Old Town, I knew I wanted to go to the Pilots Monument as it gives a great view of the city. But I just couldn't find where I can climb up the hill to get there.

    Well!! Apparently, Miss Directionally-Challenged went the wrong way. Instead of following the right path when Franklin (or 50th) splits off to left and right, I should have took the left rather than the right. As a result, I ended up walking ...

    Aluminum Can Linings Playbook

    A travel blog entry by agiles on Jul 27, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... by willingly getting into a canoe with Sarah and me. Sar and I may bicker at times, but in a canoe, it is definitely amplified. He didn't get out and swim to shore. So, major respect to Craig of the North. Craig was impressed by the wine selection in Yellowknife, so maybe the nice glass of wine at the end of the day took the edge off o it...

    Work is going well. I've managed to get a few more ...