Westmark Inn Skagway
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWestmark Inn Skagway
Aside from the dark paneling in the halls that give it a very dated look, the service and the room was everything we expected, including a very comfortable bed.
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Having a little vacation time within the traveling vacation. A few light days of travel to smell the roses. Having a light travel day (just over 100 miles) we spent the entire morning in Whitehorse. Toured the town a little and then went to the Yukon Transportation Museum and the SS Klondike, which used to cruised the Yukon River in style.
... you so far - and we all relieved to be back alongside the ship. But of course, shopping promises of "we will come back on our way back to the boat" had to be kept, and so it was almost dinner time by the time we re-embarked. Tonight after dinner, the ship was showing the new Disney movie - Inside Out - which the kids have been very much looking forward to seeing. They all loved it and it was bed sonata - our first reasonable night for a ...
... a town bus as well as many old buildings. We checked at the marine port for a ferry to Prince Rupert and it would be 3 days and without cabins it was over 800USD. We decided not to take the ferry. Even the ferry ride to Haines was 31.00 each plus vehicle and it is only a 1 hr ferry ride. Settled in the campground for the night. Quite a few people in the campground.
Wildlife: 2 otters and numerous gophers
... at the end of the street. As I am
a coffee lover I headed straight there and right on the menu was my favourite
which is a mocha coffee!! I always find a true coffee shop makes coffee so
differently from a normal restaurant or the average shop in the street and sure
enough this coffee shop sure did.
With mocha in hand and camera in the other I made my way along the streets
This town is an important junction for the railway and has ...
... 2000 pounds. They got there through white pass which is almost straight up. It was easier on the bus. When we got to the summit, we switched to the narrow-gauge railroad to come back down. It was lots of fun and exquisite views. Then we were taken to a salmon barbecue in Liarstown. The food was surprisingly good and it was followed by a country jamboree Alaska style and then panning for gold. We finished the day with a tour of the red onion saloon and brothel. What a fun day. ...