Ramada Limited Fort Nelson

Address: 5035 51st Ave W, Fort Nelson, British Columbia, VOC1RO, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5035 51st Ave W, Fort Nelson.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Nelson

    Along the Alaska Highway.

    A travel blog entry by vinceandemmy on Mar 08, 2015

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    We started our day at a small church in Dawson Creek. It was an ugly church building, so no pics. We got a late start driving today right after church.

    After about 20 miles of driving, we took a short side trip to drive on part of the original Alaska highway and see the Kiskatinaw Bridge. This is the last of the original wooden bridges built in the 1940s.
    We parked the car ...

    Another beautiful drive

    A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jul 26, 2014

    16 photos

    ... We stopped by the visitors center and then over to the heritage museum. For me, Fort Nelson is nothing more than a layover point on our way home! We had a nice dinner at the restaurant at the RV grounds. I have now worked three hours on this blog tonight. We have cable TV, but no phone or internet. The rain has followed us here tonight. I hope it will all blow over before we leave for Dawson Creek ...

    More Long Drive

    A travel blog entry by gemberling on Jul 14, 2014

    9 photos

    ... displays in a elevator like the one in Adaza. We took pictures of both Mile 0 markers and perused exhibits of Alaska Highway construction and railroad history. Wade bought 2 books. Drove on by the Kiskatinaw bridge, one of the last original bridges made by the Army when building road. It is on a loop, not part of the main road any more so a peaceful site. Drove on through ...

    In Hot Water

    A travel blog entry by tdtingle on Jun 08, 2014

    9 photos

    ... which ran off of a generator. The generator is shut off at 10pm daily. It was a good place to stop and certainly served the purpose. Also, they make the intergalactic cinnamon buns here. Ben, the third generation owner, really makes one fine cinnamon bun which is "out of this world" I will give the Testa Cinnamon Bun three cherries and a jackpot.

    Signed Bunboy


    There was another gas stop today, in ...

    Fort Nelson - CHECK!

    A travel blog entry by bella-vita on Jan 29, 2014

    ... I know my animal self. I learned of it. I know what a house of land and sky makes of a person. One becomes natural-sized. The ego shrinks and the pleasure of self grows. When ones sees nothing human-made, the narcissism fades. The cheerful stream is one's own soul. The bird's flight is freedom in one's chest. A human in this truthful world relaxes and becomes unclear about where they end and the rest begins. And so, for a moment, is perceiving ...