The Town and Mountain Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... over the phone about passports and credit cards. She said there were seats and the bus would be there in 3 minute, so on we got.
I am so glad that we were able to make the journey as it was fantastic. It was so good to have someone else do all the worrying about times and driving and where to go. The scenery was amazing. No wonder it is a very popular trip for all the cruise ships.
We stopped at Carcross. This place was originally called Caribou Crossing. ...
... card. Once we had that sorted he took us back into town..we were killing ourselves laughing as the guy was so damn serious..He made us feel like a Mexican !
Anyway we were supposed to meet Mike from the train at the Northern Lights Restaurant but as we were held up he had thought we had been detained. So he gave up and had his lunch, we had lost an hour so we quickly had our lunch.
The town was full of tourists as there were 4 ...
... The Native Peoples are descendants of the hunters living here thousands of years ago. We took the train to Skagway on another rainy day with a stop at Carcross and Emerald Lake. We had been in Skagway before when we had been on a cruise. And today there were 4 cruise ships in harbor. What a zoo! We only had an hour and a half to grab lunch and look at a couple of shops. Most are selling diamonds ...
I'm at the Public Library in Whitehorse, where there is finally wifi so I can do an update, with hopefully some photos! Had an uneventful ferry trip from Prince Rupert to Skagway - lots of pretty scenery, good food, and sound sleep which we all needed.
The climb up White Pass from Skagway was not as bad as I was anticipating. We climbed from ...
... found nearby along the Peace River. This part of the country is also home to extensive natural gas excavation. There are many "compressor stations" all along the highway, and bunker-like camps built for the crews working there. We hit the 5000 mile mark of our trip on this day before pulling into our campsite at Buckinghorse River Provencial Park. It was a typical Provencial Park - vault toilets, no water, or other amenities and the standard $16 fee per night. Nothing ...