Super 8 Motel - Yellowknife
Travel Blogs from Yellowknife
... way around Old Town, found the Dancing Moose Cafe, the Wildcat Cafe and the Bullocks Bistro before I got to the monument. Great...
So if any of you want to walk there, make sure to take the left, NOT the right, and go uphill at Ingraham Dr and Weaver Dr. Then you'll just have to climb the stairs to get to the monument.
Alternatively, you can always take the taxi.
The view is worth it though. I was so lucky that it was a clear sunny day, so I can see the ...
... as I learned the hard way). I'm going to two yoga classes a week. I didn't realize that "Prana yoga" means "almost kill you yoga" in English. Clearly, I need to work on my Sanskrit. I amd, however, enjoying the challenge! I'm running quite a lot, spinning, and keeping busy with walking the dogs. Our walks have turned into a money-making enterprise. In YK, you get $0.10/ pop can or bottle that you return. As such, Sarah and I have become somewhat addicted to locating ...
... we lose 82nd Ave, and pick up University Ave, which doesn't seem to follow the grid system (later find out goes diagonally) and we get pretty confused, coming upon a 11139 address, which looks suspiciously like it should be next to our place (11137) but isn't, so head east along 111st Street with a view of following it till we hit 81st Ave. This works, and we finally get home. It is only when we have a good look at the map we find that 82nd Ave we ...
... been telling us that its been such warm and dry summer and that there were a lot of forest fires and that most campgrounds had been asking people to refrain from having campfires.
In order to get to Yellowknife we had to go onto another ferry boat, the free government-run Merv Hardie Ferry, by Fort Providence. But this time instead of crossing the Liard River we crossed the mighty Mackenzie River (Canada’s longest river at 4,241 kms). We snapped a few photos ...
... one great mass. It was at the Aboriginal Cultural Session in Dettah that this discussion came up. The session was run by a company called B. Dene. It was a great afternoon of hiking, talking about history, culture and language in a rustic but comfortable wood cabin heated with a wonderful wood stove. Then we continued our discussions around a fire in a teepee sitting on a floor 'carpeted' in evergreen bows. I learned the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking