May 24, 2012 | Tips from Travellers >
Prince George, Food or Wine
Recently I had dinner at the Shogun located in Coast Inn of the North. The staff at the restaurant were superb and had seen to our needs without intruding in on our evening. The sushi was freshed and amazing and my friends enjoyed their bento boxes immensely. After dinner was served, we were treated to a show by the chef where he demonstrated traditional Japanese drumming. I would recommend Shogun to anyone travelling through Prince George with a craving for sushi!
May 22, 2012 | Tips from Travellers >
Prince George, Arts, Culture & History Tours
Over the May long wekend, I participated in Seebach days at Huble Homestead, located approximatley 30 minutes north of Prince George. It was a step through a time capsule where I dressed up in an old fashion night gown that came down to my ankles (don't want to show any skin), watched sheep being sheared, was able to feed the sheep, watched the 'men' fire blackpowder rifles in the field and got to eat just plain old tasty candies- the candies that my great grandmother use to make for me. The staff at Huble Homestead were all interactive and were more than willing to share with me their more 'traditional' way of life and let me assit with some of their day to day activities such as gathering things from the root cellar, making beds and playing games with the children that came to the site through out the day. Huble Homestead, although some in size, was a treasure that I had not experienced before and provided a wealth of historical knowlegde and entertainment throughout the day, while encouraging me to take that step back in time!