Westmark Inn Skagway
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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... and do-nuts. All of which were delicious. If you requested a vegetarian option was available, rice, lentle curry, and the coleslaw, rolls and do-nuts. There was also a mushers camp where you could see working sled dogs and play with this years crop of puppies. They will take you for a ride for an extra ...
... to pick some fresh raspberries from her garden for us from her car window!! The tour ended around 2:30pm and that left us with plenty of time to shop. It was so hot with record breaking temps in the high 70s that the kids went swimming again!! One other nice touch Becky does is provide the kids with an I Spy game involving the sights. Great day!! :)) Dinner at Parrot Cay and movie/show were skipped due to more exciting plans! Jo Ann Boy, Jo Ann sure remembers ...
Dinner in Quisine, the tapas restaurant was good but the service was a bit odd. In all fairness it is hard to order from 20 items to share for 20 people. The waiter got a little confused with the best way to get the food ordered and made a decision to start at the beginning of the menu and brought enough for everyone. By the time we got through 8 items, most of which were beef, most people were done and we didn't get to try some of the more interesting items. The ...
Woke up to a calm morning . Breakfast at the Sweet Tooth, best chicken fried steak Wade has ever had, then fought the cruise ship crowd shopping for a bit. Nice shops, too many people. Met the Lightner's at the Red Onion and went to the Artic Brotherhood Hall that is now the Skagway Visitor’s Center. The building is covered with ...
I'd intended to take the train from Skagway up to the Yukon – I guess that’s the thing to do, looking at wildlife and waterfalls. Unfortunately, there was an early morning earthquake that broke something about the railroad. It wasn’t clear. That same earthquake knocked out the Internet in the entire town. Many businesses weren’t able to use their credit card machines either.
I used the money I would ...