Days Inn & Suites Yellowknife
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As we say goodbye to Yellowknife, and start our Journey, We look back and wonder how everything came together. It was a crazy few days leading up to our departure, but everything worked out. We sold the truck and found some people for our place. It was a lot of work packing and organizing, but now we are on our way ...
... from Colombia, not to mention every sort of berries from California. Museum of Anthropology, Chinese and Japanese Gardens, Mongolian BBQ etc etc. Last night we saw a performance of War Horse from the National Theatre Trust in London and tonight we are going to listen to Beethoven's 9th. Tomorrow I am off to Yellowknife very early AM, next episode in a few days! Love to all ...
... with that too.
The lodge is also beautiful. This is where the kitchen, lounge and bar are. There are also 5 rooms in the lodge on the second floor. The ones facing east are called the sunrise rooms and the ones facing west are called the sunset rooms. They both have nice views, although the sunrise rooms are better since you won't see any of the pipes and they, of course, offer the best views of the sunrise.
Of course, you can also head down to the main ...
... booked myself into Yellowknife Inn for the first night, so I took the free shuttle. Apparently that shuttle provides service for a few different hotels in town. So you should always check with your hotel first before hoping on a taxi.
Yellowknife Inn is located pretty much right on Franklin Ave, which is THE main street in town. It's location is super convenient since many of the restaurants are only a few blocks away. Shopper's Drug Mart (drug store ...
... didn't get up after a while, however, I knew something was wrong. Our dear Dr. S. Giles managed to give herself a concussion. Quite a bad one, actually. She had a few days (scheduled) off before she returned to the emerg, so she slept a lot, stayed in a dark room, and listened to an audio book. Upon returning to work, she promptly almost fainted three times in her first twenty minutes and had to take a cab ...