Inuvik Capital Suites

198 Mackenzie Road, Inuvik, Northwest Territories, X0E 0T0, Canada | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Inuvik

End of the Road

A travel blog entry by ditchthecube

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Today is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. In Canada, today is also Aboriginal Day, a day to celebrate the original Canadian inhabitants (i.e. "Indians"/"Eskimos"). So, what better place to be than Inuvik? It is inhabited by something like 70% native Canadians and is the furthest town north you can drive …

I have a home!

A travel blog entry by karinakr

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... living in Vancouver. It was unique, and 'non-Canadian' sounding given that syllables of words were more swayed rather than a direct plain accent. Additionally, 'eh' is not heard up here; instead 'hey' - as frequently as twice within a sentence.
There is an abundant amount of taxi service, in fact its a fantastic way to get around this 3km long town. The necessities are within walking distance, but in a windchill, its nice to get into a heated car. There is ...

Snowmobiling on the Ice Road, Vroom Vroom!

A travel blog entry by karinakr

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... of Santa, until this day. Reindeer, are you sure its reindeer I thought to myself? Hesitant to mention this embarrassing ignorance, I attentively awaited the viewing of these animals.

The crisp morning freshness was awakening so much that the night time sky was insignificant to the 10am meeting at the Arctic Chalet, a mere 5 minute taxi ride away. The cabins that stood on the snowy grounds were so adorable it made me feel like I was in a children's pop-up book. ...

I've moved to the Arctic!!!

A travel blog entry by karinakr

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... man accepted my cart of 4 hockey bags stacked on top of one another. The frustrations continued to the shuttle area where irritable Canadians stood in the snow trying to direct themselves to the appropriate shuttles. The drivers shouting incomprehensible directions at us managed to direct us towards the doors and drove us to the appropriate hotels. At once, I reached the Royal Executive Hotel and was told that the paperwork for the overnight stay was not received leaving me to ...

Insight into Inuvik

A travel blog entry by ronamoon

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... then headed back thru the town - not much was happening and we didn't see anyone - and down onto the river.

The road continues to wind thru hill country for some distance till north of Campbell Lake - the biggest lake in the area and then we came out onto the delta proper and it was a flat uninteresting run to the town of Inuvik, where we had a bit of a tour before arriving at the Mackenzie Hotel where we booked in and met our other guide for the day, ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on 198 Mackenzie Road, Inuvik, is near Igloo Church.
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