Inn on the Harbour
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInn on the Harbour Prince Rupert
Only problem is that there's no pool.
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On Monday we took up the offer of a late check out at the Gilmore Hotel and set out on the bus to go to the furtherest point south on Ketchikan. Here we checked out the Totem Park (which didn't take long as it was a little overcast and a slight drizzle happening). We started to walk back to town saw a beautiful Bald Eagle sitting up in a pine tree …
... cars for something to do. I decide to start as we turned and we met a funeral procession of 28 cars. That blows my less traveled count! Alas we see one eagle. We do turn away from following the river into logging forests. That is when it happened: two young moose grazing along the highway. We screamed MOOSE and scared the poor things away. Soon it happened again when the three of us screamed BEAR as we saw a young bear eating dandelions along ...
... following the Skeena. We saw the car in front of us stopped on the side of the road; I tried to stop quickly to be sure everything was ok, when we saw a baby black bear on the side of the road. By the time I stopped, tried to back up or turn around, and get the cameras ready - the bear went back into the forest. As we contined, I was amazed to see a stream, creek or river every few miles. There were cars parked along the side of the road, fishing ...
... we cooked dinner out of the boot as it was poring down and there are no shelters around. Good times. We had the squash court and facility to ourselves and we got to have showers etc when we were done. We played 6 games and I won 4-2. After we had showered and filled up our water containers we drove up the road to Macaz for a hot drink and muffin while we talked to Mum and Hailz. We were allowed to park the van outside the squash club so we drove back there for a quiet nights ...
... 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.