Econo Lodge Fort St. John

Address: 10419 Alaska Road, Fort St. John, British Columbia, V1J 1B1, Canada | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on 10419 Alaska Road, Fort St. John.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort St. John

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by aline052 on May 22, 2015

    ... as we had aburned out headlight. Stan had brought a spare along so he put it in but wanted to replace the spare so lo and behold they had a Canadian Tire....lucky Stan. We picked up some fresh veggies at grocery store. Next stop Grand Prarie for fuel and supper. Amazing the amount of constgruction both in roads and new homes and condos. As we drove around the city, all you could see was new buildings. Had to drive off of the highway, ...

    Game On! North to Alaska.

    A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... the bombing of Pearl Harbour the Americans decided to build a road from the rail head at Dawson Creek right up to Fairbanks in Alaska. It is 2,400 kms. That is how far our journey will go and then we have to come back. It is a bit daunting.

    Just before Fort St John’s, we hit the deep gorge of the Peace River. It had a big bridge spanning the river and Jenny didn’t like the surface as I think it was steel mesh so the ice could melt and fall through. You ...

    Fort St John

    A travel blog entry by wcattell on May 24, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... has happened and at the Grande Cache stop there were three separate instances take place. The area around Grande Cache is heavily timbered with pine plantations, with a lot of logging trucks carrying lumber out of these areas. There were also a lot of small oil wells, which I was to learn (whilst talking to a guy in Starbucks later in day) that was due to the current high oil price. Passing through ...

    Awkward

    A travel blog entry by meganehlers on Mar 24, 2014

    2 comments

    ... never." And he was grinning thinking he's so clever making that comment and the fact that he thought I actually went out of my way to check what his name is on the sign in sheet. Ha! I quickly remarked "does everyone have their name on their coveralls?" And he went sooo red. Crimson red. All he could say was "oh. That's how you know my name." If I could've taken a snap shot of the look on his face in that moment that would've been perfect. Too funny. XX ...

    Hey Again

    A travel blog entry by meganehlers on Mar 22, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... got all the paperwork together that I needed to read through and sign in order for me to move forward. She gave me directions, and a little insight on the 4x4 truck I drive from job to job. I went grocery shopping that night to prepare myself for the next 10 days up at my very first job. I set my alarm and minutes later, quickly passing out. On the road! I drove 2 hours up North on the Alaskan highway to my destination. Yup I got lost. Yup it sucked. But I made it ...