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

    Waaaaaay up North in BC

    A travel blog entry by megancarty on May 18, 2014

    3 photos

    ... reserves, there was nothing but land, trees, water, and nature. There were almost no cars on the road at all. It's a different world here for sure - every town is so small and isolated. It took me about ten minutes to see all of Houston by foot. As well, since we are so far north, it's 10:00 pm and the sun has yet to set. ...

    Travel Day - Jasper to Prince George

    A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Jul 28, 2013

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... been pretty empty except for a tour that got on . . . then off a couple of stops up the tracks. We had four seats . . . 2 & 2 facing each other . . . and met a couple of Canadians from Glendon, Alberta (Pyrogy Captial of Canada!!). Debbie and Kevin were on a self-guided tour like us . . . and opted on to one of these short tours . . . take the train up a couple of stops . . . and take a small coach back. He is a welder in the oil fields of Alberta . . . and she ...

    On The Alaskan Highway

    A travel blog entry by misslexie on Jun 27, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... out by fungus or by disease: Elm trees, chestnut trees, birch trees, etc. Elm trees used to line all the residential streets in Detroit. they were wiped out by Dutch Elm disease back in the 70's. Now all the streets look bare. We just noticed something flapping in the wind off our RV. We have no idea what it is, so we pull off and find out it is a piece of molding that Joe was able to tack back on. We are passing a huge lake on our left called McLeod Lake. This ...

    Day 5

    A travel blog entry by nancywarren on Jul 13, 2011

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... us to Canadian CAA who called a tow truck. Had to kill about 1.5 hours so we went into the cafe. It had six customers, all of which were local ranchers, mostly retired who showed up every day for coffee and gabbing. Had a nice long talk with most of them while I ate home made pie and Nancy a second breakfast with delicious home made raisin bread.

    Tow trunk showed up and picked up the trailer and towed ...

    Climbing the Canadian Rockies

    A travel blog entry by bisoder on Aug 02, 2010

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... that is worth an extra trip to anyone who loves the outdoors. We wished we could have stayed and hiked a bit but we settled for some photos and lunch on a river. We’ll save the camping and trekking for the next trip.

    We arrived at the campsite, Purden Lake, which is about 20 min. outside Prince George… Brenda really wanted to drive a little further so our drive the next morning ...