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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Inn Anchorage
This is kinda a dumpy looking mo'tel in the not the greatest part of town, but at $95USD a night, it was a pretty good bargain, especially when I couldn't find anything for less than $150 a night on all the usual travel sites. The inside is nice, the wifi is very strong and there is a Sushi Restaurant attached to it. The Econo Inn is minutes from DT, and does everything you need it to do, without looking nice, so if you can get over that part, you'll do well!
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We leave The Beav at The Crack of Bill, 0900 sharp, it was a beautiful blue sky day. We had met a guy at the bar in Buckshot Betty's who was part of the construction crew on the road repair sites we had driven through yesterday. He said we'd have great roads today, we chose to believe him, but kept some doubts in check, we're in the Yukon after all …
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