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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Free airport shuttle
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... all happened and 10 hours later the Gales were settled down into their RV about 6 doors down from us.
At 0300 hours the morning after we arrived I awake to Megan going bonkers by the door. I take her out and she displays a very upset intestinal track. In we go and Maverick is waiting his turn to go out. He too has a bad gut. I get back to bed at 0340 but can't get back to sleep........
I follow Jim in his borrowed truck to the towing impound yard. On the way ...
... gold-struck Klondike, seeking riches beyond their imaginable dreams.
Today, Whitehorse is the capital city of the Yukon Territory. At a population of 27,000 (2013 census), 75% of the entire Yukon population lives in Whitehorse proper.
Getting up super early in the mornings has its rewards. I started walking down the intensely steep outer loop of the town. It was as dark out as the Yukon gets ...
... is only free for the first 30 min of each day… and any additional time it can be purchased… but it’s free for 30 min for each device… I can’t connect from the RV… Even though the park tells us that service is good in any camp site… so I move to the patio by the office and find maybe 6 – 8 others with the same issue… and that the systems crawls… maybe crawl is a ...
We stopped for the night in Ft. Nelson, British Columbia. Mike is still trying to raise money for fuel. He didn't have any luck. From here we started climbing into the mountains. The scenery is beautiful! For the majority of the drive we follow a river. Every now and then there will be a lake. On this stretch of the highway I saw a bear crossing the road( didn't get a picture), a moose standing by the road( didn't get ...
Next stop was Teslin, YT which has the George Johnston Museum. George was a Tlingit Native who in 1928, making much money from fur trapping purchased a new ...