Quality Inn & Suites Yellowknife
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSouth Bay Campground Lubec
It was great that there is free shuttle going to the hotel. Staff were friendly and location was very central. They don't have A/C so the room was very hot when I first checked-in. But they do have a fan a small window that you can open to let air in. Since it is late September, the room was at a good temperature by 10 pm. I wish they clean the fan though... There are so much dust accumulated on the fan blades that I don't really want to turn it on.
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... and was greeted by volunteers at the lodge. Apparently, many people were WWOOFing at the lodge. Some are there for several months and others are there for only several weeks. Most of them are very friendly young people.
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