Super 8 Motel - Yellowknife
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Made it home safe and sound to the very snowy north....home sweet home! Had a great nights sleep and hope I will kick the jet lag pretty quick..... Fly in to work tomorrow! I hope you enjoyed my adventure and am glad I was able to share it with you.....I know it was comforting to some to be able to wake up and read about ...
October 2nd, 2013
Day 8 was our last day in Lethbridge. It was also the first not-so-windy day we had, so we decided to spend some time checking out the area. We went for a hike in the coulee's which are weird hill-like formations in the middle of the city. We also saw High Level Bridge which is the longest and tallest bridge of it's kind in the world (5,300ft long, 314ft high). It's a train bridge that spans ...
... B experience. It's expensive here in Yellowknife even for "moderate-price" motels, so I decided to economize and I chose this B&B based on availability, and reviews I found. There's a distinct "That 70s Show" feeling to the furnishings, but my first impressions so far are promising...we'll see how the rest of the weekend goes. Here's their web site: http://ericeva.ca See today's pictures (and videos) ...
... I was able to get some fantastic aerial pictures. There where dozens and dozens of lakes, some dark and some turquoise.
At first I thought it was due to temperature differences. I remember the reason why the lakes were turquoise in Alberta was because of the temperature they were in. But according to Mike, the owner of Blachford Lake Lodge, it was due to depth. The darker lakes are actually not as deep as the turquoise lakes. In addition, not all lakes where connected ...
... Dancing Moose Cafe
Initially, I was going to go to Thornton's Wine and Tapa's for Sunday brunch, but I heard you might need a reservation and it was getting a bit too late for that when I left the museum, I figured I'll just head over to the Dancing Moose Cafe instead.
There were some good reviews and I heard that most people had good things to say about it when talking to the visitor centre staff, so I was looking forward to it.
The place is in ...