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We loved Yellowknife. It was cold the whole 3 days we were there but that's ok. We drove around Old Town a few times stopping in at some restaurants and shops. We will be back in warmer weather sometime soon.
What is known as 'Old Town' is the part of Yellowknife down by the Lake. It includes a lot of local flavour along with many of the popular eating restaurants such as the Brewery and Bullock's Bistro. There are also some lovely local galleries in...More
We were there in the winter so some of the shops and restaurants were closed but the ones we did see were very good, such as Bullocks Bistro, the Brewery, Gallery of the Midnight Sun. We were disappointed more wasn't open Saturday.
Visited old town on a short tour by a local. It was too cold to walk around but is obviously a cute area to explore. Would spend some time here in warmer weather as there were several spots and shops that looked interesting to check...More
You haven't really been to Yellowknife unless you visit Old Town. Borders the city and is a small peninsula that is easily walk-able and includes the monument for great views, lake side with float planes, views of the harbour and colourful float homes, buildings that...More