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 ...
... sit on the couch to watch the sunrise too.
I was staying at the sunset room, which was great, because I end up being able to see the aurora from my room in the first night.
After the tour came some form filling and dinner. We had lamb and rice for dinner with apple and blueberry pies. The food was decent, definitely won't be what I call gourmet, but good enough. It is self served, but cooked fresh. Meal times are set at 8:30 for breakfast, 12:30 for lunch and ...
... 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 ...