- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
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We get on the ferry tomorrow. There will be no WiFi and we are unsure about any other services until we get to Bellingham on Friday.
We had a leisurely day and visited the Haines Borough Public Library. Fabulous library with comfortable places to read in the natural light!
... planned activity was at the Fraternal Order of the Eagles (F.O.E.) where we were given $1,000. in funny money to buy chips to play at the gambling tables. We played roulette and 21. Both of us lost our money on the final play allowed before closing the gambling and filing into their theater to watch a fun show about Soapy Smith, an infamous con artist who was shot and killed here in Skagway in 1898 at the age of 38.
... was, there was an uncomfortable moment when she made a crack about Mexicans coming into the US. Cristina is one. Oops. Becky's game was cool because she also did a geocache game for the kids. At certain stops, she had hidden a container of knickknacks. When the find it, they can take one item. The next time, they can keep what they had or trade it. Pretty cool. Sometimes Becky had a hard time finding the container it was so well hidden. Very nice tour. ...
... forrest and valleys and made a few photo stops. One stop was to view the train we would later ride as it passed over a waterfall. Our driver was fun and provided stories of the gold rush and the building of the White Pass Railroad that carried people to and from the Yukon during the gold. We had to go though Canadian customs before we left the bus in Faser because Fraser is in Canada. The "town" of Fraser is a boarder patrol shed with 2-3 buildings that might ...
I found three separate placards that described prominent women in Skagway’s history. Harriet Pullen came to town in 1897, leaving her husband and four children in Washington to find her fortune. She came with only $7 and got a job cooking for some construction workers who were building a wharf. At night she made pies, and soon amassed enough money to bring her family up. Pullen took advantage of the throngs of prospectors once ...
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108 Second Ave. N, Box 392, Haines | 2 star motelfrom $176