- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsMackenzie Hotel Inuvik
We were pleased with the hotel. The place was clean, wifi, small frig, coffee maker and microwave in the room. We were comfortable. Very nice people in the lounge and restaurant. Best place to stay in Inuvik.
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... Deb, Matt L, and many more joined the geek parade. Our favourite venue is the infamous Cafe Gallery, where the entire town can witness such enthusiasm. Two trades, no 3, no 2 for 1 and boom, City and longest road wins the game!
As the at home festivities grew yonder, the town colour ...
... all the events. The Circumpolar Games were starting the next day.
We drove over the campsite and registered and checked out our site. The mosquitoes were too thick to get out. We took a quick tour of the village and stopped into the North Mart – it resembles a Wal-Mart with all their stuff. We checked out the prices in the grocery section. $10 CDN for a gallon of milk or 24 pack of Coke. How do they afford it?
... Territory (NWT) in Canada. He said the road was good but he did have several flats. He told us about his trip and it sounded doable. So, we changed out plans. We decided to go north from Dawson City, Yukon to Inuvik. My cousin has actually done some consulting at the school in Inuvik; it is a very small world.
I have decided to combine several days on the road to Inuvik and back. It will help me catch up on the blog and not bore you with ...
... our windows left by friends who've passed through town. Day light remains strong until midnight these days, and spring is in the air with temperature highs of 2 - 6 degrees Celsius - Tshirt weather is here, parka is put away, and rubber boots are at the door. The fun, eye blinding snow is slowly turning into slush and I am starting to see Inuvik's true ground colours and textures. With 4 months already under my belt, I am eager and excited for the outdoor adventures that are to ...
... jamboree put was a grand spectacle of adult playtime. From failed team plank walks, to individual egg on spoon races, and sprinting on the ice road races going under obstacles it was a weekend of endless joy in town. I failed miserably (but with a gigantic smile) at the plank walks... 2 men and 2 women team up, have their feet strapped to wooden planks, and you race. There is a technique and its not just counting your steps down. Height is key, the ...