Nome Nugget Inn
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You get what you pay for. . . and in the case of the Nome Nugget you get a no frills room for a fair price ($110 plus tax). The lobby is filled with gold rush memorabilia and photographs.
I wish the bar was open so we could have checked out the memorabilia and enjoyed the view of the Bering Sea.
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... from the Inuits ( Eskimos ). A very smart man who also got to the South Pole first. And it was another 37 years before the passage was navigated again ! Probably the other most famous Passage explorer was Sir John Franklin ( ex GG of Tasmania and whom we suspect gave his name to the famous river) who along with 130 men died trying to find it. Franklin and two of his ships were never found and even today there are interested ...
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