Prince Rupert Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prince Rupert
... many logging trucks, followed by numerous lumber mills. Our first stop was Vanderhoof, a major distribution site for agriculture and forestry products. It was named after the Chicago publisher, who was associated with the Grand Trunk Railway. This railroad connected Prince Rupert, a deep water port, with inland B.C. As we continued west, we came to Fort St. James, located on Stuart Lake, the first of three sister lakes. We had lunch there, and ...
... I managed to find their office (which was no easy feat) and begged the officer to give me back my fan. The irony of the whole mess is that he had a fan plugged in & operating on his desk! After giving him my word that I would not leave it plugged in when I wasn't in the room, he gave it back to me. Sweet!!
After dropping off the fan at our room, Ashley & I joined a trivia challenge and got 12 out of 20 correct...I think the winners had 17 ...
... which was a bugger. Didn't spend too long there as it was poring down. Headed back over the Boarder where we had to stop for the Canadian customs, which was easy and we were on our way back to the Cassiar Highway. Stopped at the Meziadin Fish Ladder to watch the Salmon trying to jump up the waterfall. Eventually they learnt that there is a fish ladder and they can swim up there. Took a short walk down the river but didn't see anything expect Salmon and seagulls. Back on the ...
... at a store . . . quite the selection . . . at a place called Medi-Chair . . . I’m attaching a photo . . . these were all parked outside . . . lined up like new cars!! You can even get them enclosed . . . or with a windshield!!
We were back to traveling along The Skeena . . . . We made several stops at pull outs . . . to photograph the scenery . . . the weather has cooled off some . . . but it is still sunny; well, at least until we got a few miles ...
... br> We also saw a sunset on the ferry. I mention this because it was the first time we had seen a sunset since I can't remember when. We were getting far enough south that there was actually darkness at night. I found that I really missed it being daylight when I got up in the morning and it was daylight when I went to bed at night and it was daylight when I had to get up in the night to go ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center