Ramada Limited Dawson Creek

1748 Alaska Ave, Dawson Creek, British Columbia, V1G1P6, Canada | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1748 Alaska Ave, Dawson Creek, is near Jack London's Cabin and Interpretive Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek - start of the AlCan

A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jul 27, 2014

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... On our way to the night's stop, we grabbed some KFC for dinner. We parked under the trees, and had dinner outside on our picnic table. And our neighbors are from Seabrook! What are the chances of running into Texans next door!! Miss Pat spent the evening cleaning, washing and organizing. Finally got her to sit down and watch TV. And I got my blog caught ...

Get Me Some Canadian Cash!

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 15, 2014

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... For much of BC, we were the only personal vehicle in the road. So many truckers supplying the gas fields and hauling heavy loads of forest logs. At least we can't get lost, there are no other roads than the one we are traveling!

And another thing, I switched Audrey, the GPS, to kilometers since the gas is all in liters and road signs, and such. I thought we would go metric all the way. There is no real speed limit, as far as I can tell, ...

Dawson Creek - Mile Post One

A travel blog entry by threegypsies on Jun 21, 2014

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Dawson's Creek has an interesting history. In 1941, after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, it was decided that a highway needed to be built through Alaska as a supply road to defend North America against the Japanese. Construction began on March 8, 1942 starting at Dawson Creek. More that 11,000 American troops, including seven regiments of engineers, 16,000 civilian workman from Canada and the United ...

The Alaska Highway

A travel blog entry by floridawaughs on May 28, 2014

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... tomorrow. They also have the largest collection of gigantic mosquitoes!

Shortly after we were on the road out of Ft Nelson we encountered a large Black Bear in the road. 5 more followed! Early evening is the time to catch these boys! We also saw a Brown Bear which I missed since I was busy with the map :(

It has been a long day and we added 351 miles to our ...

Day 81 - Mile Marker "0"

A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jul 19, 2013

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... go much slower, so we are ok). About 3 or 4 coaches got chips in their windows - most from trucks passing at higher speeds and throwing the rocks up. Luckily there is an RV place here and someone was going to come out and fix the windows at the park if they were not too far gone. Luckily not us THIS time.

The road was very heavily treed with lots of pine. Not the most spectacular road we have been on, BUT I did see my first wild grizzly bear!!