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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... myself out of bed this morning and had a lukewarm shower and rushed over and of course I had to wait until the park office opened. That was okay as I watched a squirrel devour an acorn. When the office opened they guy rang through and the office happens to be in Skagway which is Alaska and on Alaskan time. That is an hour difference, so I had to go back to the van and wait ¾ of an hour until the office opened. I went back and the guy eventually got through. I had to give heaps ...
... just giving us direction..and off we drove..and we drove and we drove. He took us up to the highway customs office about 10klm out of town. Kaff was trying to make conversation in the car and he was doing his best to just give short answers all the time I was trying to signal Kaff to just shut -up ! Anyway we got marched into their office and had our photo taken, then the fingerprint check and then paid him $6 each and he gave us ...
... museum. Beringia is a geographical location during the last ice age. It is the area where the Bering Sea is now when the continents were connected. During the ice age this area encompassed parts of Siberia, The Yukon and Alaska where it was a warmer grassland. As the climate warmed the glaciers melted and the Bering Sea divided Alaska and Russia. The grazing lands changed and the animals ...
... in town for a soak. Then I hit the trifecta! The cafe at the hot springs was a french restaurant and the chef was a red seal guru. I enjoyed some pork confit with a few glasses of syrah. I did not try the Mouton at $39 a glass. This place was 20 miles outside of town and even when you are downtown, you are in the middle of nowhere in the Yukon. Never know. Food was great, soak was good, and I slept like a baby.
... rivers, "That's the 7th Pine River we've crossed! Can't they think of different names?!" I need to say something somewhere about the copious dandelions too. I've never seen so many dandelions in my life. And the Dandelion fluff is strewn about the sides of the roads - it looks like snow. We headed toward Ft. St. John where we would officially get on the "Alaska Highway." Passing through Hudson's Hope we stopped at the Visitor Center where they had displayed some castings of ...