No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Economy Inn Prince George
Travel Blogs from Prince George
... the light ones cottonwood.
Our train trip really justified our decision to travel at this time of year.
As we wove through the mountains there were frozen creeks, lakes (saw some ice fishing) and the snow began to fall. The trip was rivers, canyons, mountains and gorges. Gosh some little communities were remote. We stopped as required at small sidings to pick up and drop off.
It was snowing this morning when we woke.
... As Reza lost his Zumo GPS on the first day of riding we walk into town to look for a replacement unit in one of the big variety stores but unfortunately no luck! Walking through the quiet streets of downtown - it's Saturday afternoon - it's hot and there are some pretty scary people around we give them a wide berth and head to an Indian restaurant for dinner. It's probably the best meal we've had while we've been away! By the way our GPS which has ...
... sign of the day.......Car and Dog Wash. That brings to mind several scenarios, is the dog wash separate from the car wash or do they ride in a basket on top of the car?
We only drove 200 miles today. Tomorrow we arrive in Dawson's Creek, the beginning of the Alaskan Highway ...
... took each others' pictures . . . so I volunteered to take one of all three of them . . . and then asked if they would get one of me . . . for my grandson Cole . . . who is CRAZY about trains. They obliged!!
There is free WiFi in the station . . . so I am making a few entries while waiting for the train.
The weather is overcast . . . the temp this morning was 5C (= 41F) . . . it as risen to 7C (44.6). The cabin was quite chilly this morning . . . ...
... moose here in Canada??? Those beer commercials with moose must be fake--there aren't any moose in Canada!!!! Another logging truck just passed us going the opposite way on a curve going over a railroad bed, and he didn't slow down for a minute. He kind of swerved as he came around the curve, and for a minute I thought we were going to be taken out by a logging truck. I thought he was going to lose the whole load of logs--on top of us. Squished by a log. Jeez. We ...