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TravelPod Member ReviewsA Nice Motel Watson Lake
Although this place had a sad name, it was another very comfortable accommodation, this time motel-style. But our room had a kitchenette, as well as a separate bathroom. There was also a small gas fireplace, for atmosphere. (ALL of our accommodation has had heating suitable for winter weather.) This room was pretty pricey, but we were happy with it, due to not feeling well and needing somewhere cozy to rest.
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Valerie.nason stayed here on Oct 9, 2016 during their trip titled: ADVENTURE ON! CANADA 2016.
... chairs and tables out, windows open and washing out to dry. Heavy rain while we were in the Centre meant a mop up and rewash of all the clothes!!
After dinner, went to the Northern Lights Centre, which has a planetarium-like domed roof. Watched two movies, one on Black Holes and one on the Aurora, with footage from Alaska as well as from Tromso in Norway - been ...
... able to take us. It wasn't surprising that people did not stop though because we were 3 people with a lot of luggage for hitchhikers. Even still, it took us only a little over an hour before Karen, our first ride of the day, picked us up. She said that she was going only 70 kms south (we have to go 2400 kms!) but we take what we can get. During our drive, she told us about visiting Dawson City in Yukon where the ...
... that have been “relocated” to the forest. 40 years ago less than a thousand signs were posted. Today there are 56,000 and growing.
Our travel companions, Jim and Connie have placed signs at the signpost forest twice before. They wanted to find those signs, and they did. OK, they only found one and it took them 4 hours to do it!
Tomorrow we travel to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory which lies on the banks of the Yukon River.
... information on the rest of the trip from Watson Lake to Alaska… I’d like to take the road north called the “the top of the world” highway… part of that highway is gravel… the people today told me that the portion of road is so hard to keep paved it was simpler to return it to gravel instead of trying to repair the frost heaves… That’s Canadian ease for we don’t know how to build roads so ...