King Edward Hotel & Motel

Address: P.O. Box 86, Stewart, British Columbia, V0T 1W0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 86, Stewart, is near Remote Passages, Fraser River Rafting, and Tumbler Ridge Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Stewart

      Another day going south

      A travel blog entry by ralphtrip on Aug 02, 2014

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      Stewart had a population of about 10,000 prior to World War I, which then declined to about 700 in 2000. As of 2005, its population had reduced to less than 500.

      We stayed at King Edward Hotel. A 25 year old hotel with thin walls. Food was pretty good and slept well but awakened by thuming on walls. The trip was unevetful except we had NO …

      Travel days

      A travel blog entry by mylee on Sep 03, 2014

      5 comments, 5 photos

      September 3rd.... We travel to Haines Junction, YT. This is only a four hour trip today. Tonight we are having a cookout. Still eating toooo much. This is just an overnight so again we don't unhook.

      September 4th.....We travel back to Watson Lake, YT. We are parkers again so we leave at 5:00AM with the Caravan leader. This trip ...

      Day 44, 45 Stewart

      A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 17, 2014

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      ... the cutest food truck in Stewart with delicious pizza and an interesting ginger fizz drink. Macaroons infused with Rosemary and lemon and a chocolate Grenache cake both were quite sophisticated for this tiny town! We've eaten every meal out at the two buses. Last night we had whole Dungeness crabs, fried oysters, shrimp so yummy. They serve delicious fresh fish from that little bus. Black bears and grizzlies were seen everywhere in ...


      A travel blog entry by threegypsies on Aug 09, 2014

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      ... through the town. We went to one grocery store and we were informed at the check out that they only took cash. Luckily we had enough Canadian money for our bill. We then went across the street to the other grocery store to get some items the other store didn't carry. While this grocery store did take credit cards, we were surprised to see a big bag of chips was $14.25.


      Smithers to Stewart

      A travel blog entry by patricia1957 on Jul 15, 2014

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      ... of fish and berries the bears aren't too interested in coming out to play. Later in the morning we head out to view the Salmon Glacier via the bear viewing station - damn! Just missed a big male grizzly by 10 minutes! As we drive on the gravel road we negotiate our first real fun road with twist, turns, ascents, descents and steep grades. It's a relatively reasonable surface but not many are brave enough to negotiate the high mountain gravel road which is ...