Esther's Inn

1151 Commercial Crescent, Prince George, British Columbia, V2M 6W6, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1151 Commercial Crescent, Prince George, is near Tourism Prince George, Cariboo Prospector.
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    Travel Blogs from Prince George

    Finally close to the Loops

    A travel blog entry by tredders on Sep 18, 2014

    18 photos

    ... Texas and were in Skagway when he took ill and got Medivaced to Juneau by air. He was in Hospital for 2 weeks and she was stick in the rig in Skagway with the 3 cats !!! They ended up having to call family up to help him drive home to Texas...Moral to that story....Dont travel with your 3 cats.
    So we are tucked up here in Bell for the night, we have been told their is a young Black Bear wandering around unable to feed itself so is scavenging ...

    Train trip Prince Rupert-Prince George-Jasper

    A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip on Jun 30, 2013

    7 photos

    ... deserves mention – for the largest fly fishing rod in the world

    No ‘Spirit Bear’ sighting – a rare but regular sight is of an albino black bear (conductor seen twice in ten years).

    Monday 1 July

    Train from Prince George to Jasper, on the 146th Canada Day (National holiday), also coincidentally the 100 year mark for the beginning of the railway line. Temps expected ...

    Finally, back on the road!

    A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jun 26, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... of the day.

    The area from Kamloops over to Cache Creek (Highway 1) took us through agricultural valleys with low hills on either side--like the Coast range of California or the Monadnock area in NH. The hills are green, although usually by this time of the year, they have begun turning brown, according to the local people. There were a very few areas with small herds of cattle (20-25 head), but lots of signs "Hay for ...

    The Ancient Forest

    A travel blog entry by momadunc on Jun 25, 2011

    101 photos

    ... from Hwy 16, although parking is in a former gravel pit and does not lend itself to stops by people traveling in motor homes! We decided it would not be safe to park on the side of the road and backtracked from a rest stop about 20 km further down the road. (We missed the first possible stop and had to go to a second one. With a car in tow we can't turn around easily). Traveling east we would not have had to go as far. The trail ...


    A travel blog entry by javagold on Jul 17, 2010

    6 comments, 14 photos

    ... here forgot his key to the GPS locking mount on JavaGold which necessitated a stop to Touratech USA located just a few miles from the Seattle airport. Those folks quickly replaced the forgotten keys, gave us all tee shirts, and then we hit at least 30 miles of bumper to bumper stop and go traffic. Finally, the highway opened up and the trip took on a new dimension.
    We entered Canada at Suma after eating a great dinner at Bob's Burgers and ...