- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... perfect photo spot. By now I had determined that the train on the main was the train to Carcross, and it would obviously be first out ahead of the cruise ship trains to White Pass Summit. Sure enough, buses were now alongside in the distance, trans-loading passengers for this “most of a day” ride.
Shortly, two blasts of the air horn were heard, the headlight came on, and up she came—GE 84 ton locomotive #96 in fresh paint followed by a consist of ...
... in dock for the day. Amazing, those ships are massive. The town is still like an old Western town with Boardwalks for footpaths etc. We took a few pictures and then it was time to head back to the bus. We are coming back to Skagway on our trip home so we didn't worry about missing some time there.
The road trip back to Whitehorse via Carcross for an icecream stop took about 90 minutes. We had to go through Canadian customs again ...
... The road actually crosses six times as it zigzags along the edge of the river. This spot is the official border crossing.
Mile 635 is Watson’s Lake where there is nothing much except the Sign Post Forest. This started when the highway was being built and some bloke was injured and had to spend a few weeks in camp getting medical treatment. He was asked to make a signpost and he asked whether he could put his hometown on the post as well as he was homesick.
... Especially when the one hit me. As I went north, I assume it was the lack of traffic, but very little leftovers on the road. A few porcupines, no live ones. In the mountains, I saw enough road kill, all big. A few moose and one buffalo. The scavengers here are big black crows, could be ravens, but I'm not exactly sure. They are 3 times the size of my dog though. I wouldn't like to hit them though. Last stop today is in Whitehorse, the capital of ...
... with working internet! And this place is a town with stores even a Starbucks as an indicator as to how big. Our first night we were entertained by the Frantic Follies. A very talented troupe of 6 can-caned, tapped danced, hilarious skits, poetry, and ragtime piano, banjos, and violins. Well done, unexpectedly so!! This was entertainment for the prospectors in 1890 during the gold rush here. Today we visited the longest wooden fish ladder in the ...