Westmark Whitehorse Hotel and Conference Center
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Bags out by 7:00, load up by 7:30. Another day, another bus. This will be a test - we don't arrive in Whitehorse until 5:00 PM. Stopped every couple of hours at various attractions. Jake, our driver, does a great job of informing us of the geologic history and historical significance of the sights. The road is spectacular - from Dawson to …
... 1700 daily, with departure on the hour.
I boarded the single truck car #531 (Lisbon, Portugal heritage, built 1925) and we were off for a 2.5 mile ride on the former WP & Y narrow gauge tracks. The trolley is powered by a generator car which tags along and generates the electricity to power the car. The ride was quite fun and ends up near the shopping centre at the north end of town, I then returned to the WP & Y depot at town centre (original ...
... well as interesting boxes of goods. There was a film which showed the history of the steamer. The original one only lasted about 6 years before it sunk but they were able to salvage a lot of the stuff and built a new one. This is the one that they built. The steamers ran up and down the rivers and lakes transporting people and goods. They would catch a ship to Skagway, and then the train to Whitehorse (the one we went on yesterday) and ...
We left home at 3:30 pm, drove to the airport, parked the car in long term parking and checked in. On the flight down we saw a huge forest fire somewhere about an hour into the flight. We found out later that they are called the China Nose ...
... in town for a soak. Then I hit the trifecta! The cafe at the hot springs was a french restaurant and the chef was a red seal guru. I enjoyed some pork confit with a few glasses of syrah. I did not try the Mouton at $39 a glass. This place was 20 miles outside of town and even when you are downtown, you are in the middle of nowhere in the Yukon. Never know. Food was great, soak was good, and I slept like a baby.