Ramada Whitehorse Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... went into the little office at the station but that wasn’t good enough. He said we would have to accompany him to the border port. We thought this was just down at the harbour where the cruise ships were but we were bundled into the back of the officials car and taken away. It turned out the border port was about 6 miles out of town. Then I started to worry and asked would we be back in time for our 3 o’clock bus. He assured us that we would be. So we ...
Whitehorse Yukon 28 Aug 14 Thursday:
Well my calendar is totally out of whack ! I think I have had the 28th for the last 3 days anyway.. and when I checked into the Hi Country RV Park here in Whitehorse the bloke didn't have our booking, I am saying are you sure ? better double check as you confirmed by email...anyways on checking he had us arriving tomorrow night !!! We are one day ahead of schedule ! No wonder we have been driving so much , we ...
... are starting to be a little more bearable as we head further north. 26 - 28 degrees.....perfect weather for riding. Gorgeous blue skies lovely forest all around and straight, straight roads! At our fuel/coffee stop we meet an Italian rider who's been up north traveling on his own through to Vancouver where he'll be meeting his wife and together they'll be doing a bit of America. It's nice to be able to chat with someone in ...
Uneventful drive although we stopped at Johnson Crossing for their famous cinnamon rolls. Not as good as Polebridge in Glacier. (Every town seems to make the claim the best cinnamon rolls) And we are suckers for trying them all! Whitehorse is the capital city of the Yukon and has the largest population center of 23,000. This was Happening place during the Klondike gold rush in 1898. Finally a stop for three nights. We are staying at the Pioneer ...
... pullout but it used to be a campground and people still use it. But we were the only ones there. There were multiple specimens of scat around -LARGE piles. I think deer, moose, and caribou. BUt we never saw any while we were there. It was right on a beautiful, pristine creek with a large beaver dam. The sound of water rushing over the dam was beautiful from our camper. We sat by the water and enjoyed a Cariboo Honey Lager brewed in Prince George, BC that we passed through. And ...