Inn on the Harbour
Travel Blogs from Prince Rupert
7/20/12 - 54 degrees - thunderstorms - streets were muddy as we made our way to the ferry that will take us across the Yukon River to The Top of the World Highway (YK9), which will take us to the Canadian/Alaska border at Poker Creek, AK. After about 5 minutes we arrive in what is known as West Dawson - residents of Dawson City moved over here by …
What a great day this was! We left Terrace after breakfast (nothing special) and before lunch we were at the North Pacific Cannery Museum, which is near Prince Rupert. This is a former fish cannery that you can visit and tour. It didn't sound like a great idea to me but Mom and Dad were excited. It turned out to be pretty cool! The place is right …
A very early start today. We got up at 04:30 in order to catch the 07:30 sailing of the Northern Adventure, to Prince Rupert. All passengers are required to arrive 2 hours prior to departure so we had to be at the terminal for 05:30. We had booked the sailing with BC Ferries in advanced (this is advised) and had requested an outside cabin. For two …
... The drive from Nanaimo to Port Hardy is absolutely gorgeous at this time of year, and because of the little traffic we came across we arrived around 7:30 at night. After dinner at a local sports bar we decided to hit the hay. We were going to have to be up early the next morning for the 5:30 load time on the Northern Passage ferry. Lucky for us, we had paid the extra money for the observation deck with reclining loungers, which made the trip all the more enjoyable. ...
... on the far end of town. We took some photos and watched a little girl catch a little fish. There are usually some eagles there but the salmon are in the streams so all the eagles are feeding there instead.
We came back for a quiet evening and found we can't sit outside because of the no-see-ems biting us. Even Jerry gave up and came in.
Heading out of town tomorrow toward Nass Valley.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Only problem is that there's no pool.
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