Goldrush Inn

Address: 354 Broadway St, Unit 6B, Fairbanks, Alaska, 99702, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 354 Broadway St, Unit 6B, Fairbanks.
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Travel Blogs from Fairbanks

Pioneer Park & Morris Thompson Cultural Center

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jul 22, 2015

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... than we expected but they had some great stuff… All fresh from local growers…

Tomorrow it’s time to move south to Denali Park… So it was time to clean the truck, top off the fuel tank and start the process of getting everything ship shape for hitching up to the trailer… The move to Denali is ...

Kicking back at the Fort.

A travel blog entry by majorme on Jul 21, 2015

9 comments, 10 photos

... the part for the entry stairs that we have been waiting for. We have also identified a 5 star terrain difficulty geocache located in North Pole that we decide to try and get to meet one of the requirements of the 2015 Road Trip Challenge that will earn us a virtual souvenir. I know! That and $2.00 will buy you a cup of coffee around here but it is what geocaching is all about. Taking you to places you would not ...

Seeing the sights in Fairbanks AK!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jul 20, 2015

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... the time… With almost 24 hours daylight and all that photosynthesis going on, the Cabbage and Kale were HUGE! And, the flowers were many & beautiful.

Creamer’s Dairy and Creamer’s Wildlife Refuge run by Alaska Fish & Game... Back at the turn of the last century… A gentleman by the name of Creamer bought a dairy from an agent named Hinkley… And in 1926 took over the operation of the dairy… starting with 14 ...

Fairbanks and 20 Hours of Daylight

A travel blog entry by lfsk2015 on Jul 18, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... explored the city a bit. We liked Fairbanks. The Museum of the North at the University of Alaska was on our must see list. We agreed that it would rival any smithsonian museum. It was just wonderful and we learned much more about all aspects Alaska history, archeology, geology, and then it had a couple art galleries included. Then, we drove out to see part of the pipeline and took Chaco to the vet. We needed to renew her health certificate so we can get back into ...


A travel blog entry by jaffajim on Jun 11, 2015

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... north of Cold Camp. This is the only bit of privately owned land north of the Yukon. There are a few people living there, including 3 children, who are probably the most northerly children, excluding perhaps some at Eskimo settlements on the north coast. Wiseman has a lot of the old log cabins from the gold rush days, and one of the inhabitants, who lives basically a subsistence lifestyle, talked to us about the cabins, people and animals and living a subsistence ...

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