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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrest Hotel Prince Rupert
A flying visit but very comfortable room and facilities. Friendly staff.
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Saturday . 4pm rise and shine And all aboard the ferry to Prince Rupert near the Alaskan border. We travelled in a traditional school bus from hotel to terminal, quite a novelty. Easy boarding but unfortunately the fog as yet to burn off so limited visibility, time to catch a bite to eat and a few extra zzzds . We caught a couple of glimpses of …
... guide, Sam, was knowledgeable and narrated our 55-minute scenic drive through the coast mountains.
Once we arrived at the river, we were divided into three groups; one went on a guided nature walk, one went on the jet boat ride, and our group stayed at the camp where we were offered smoked salmon and moose jerky. They also had water, apple juice, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate available for us. The snacks were provided by a First ...
... was next and we lost 4 out of 4 games. :((. We had fun trying though. Next on our agenda was watching 2 of the kitchen staffers use vegetables & fruits for arrangements--see photos. They did all of these "sculptures" in about 30 minutes.
We attempted to go watch a movie outside under the stars but it wasn't open due to the high winds and rough seas. I about lost my neck scarf and Ashley's shoe just about blew off her foot!
By this time we were ...
... many of these folks would be traveling back to Juneau and then on to one of the other Alaska ports of call that this ferry would be making (Kake, Petersburg, Wrangell, or Ketchikan) on the way to Prince Rupert. So, while I was able to reserve one of the few remaining car space slots all the way to Prince Rupert, I was unable to originally advance-reserve a stateroom for even part of my journey and would be looking at breaking out the sleeping bag and living the "youth ...
... would have good views of the ocean. It doesn't, at least not in the parts you are allowed to drive in. The end of the road is at a coal terminal and it has restricted access. On the way back we stopped at a view point but could only see trees. So, not a side trip I would recommend.
We came back to the campground for a while, then went in to town to pick up a few items. Then we drove to ...