Alaskan European Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... sneakers. I was able to step off the curb but had to put my feet down into the puddle to get out. A nice passerby was kind enough to document the event. A really nice guy, came here in 1978 to work in the fishing industry. He now works for the Alaska Sausage Company (wholesales the Buffalo hot dog I just had a few minutes earlier).
... the bay although it isn't a brilliant view. We started with the clam chowder which was lovely. Then I had a small smoked sirloin and Greg had a very mediocre halibut on rice with what looked like mixed frozen veggies! The dessert redeemed it for us with a smooth creme brulee and lovely lime pie. It was busy though.
We again took the car to continue visiting places. We had noticed that the parking meters finished at 6 pm so we parked in the parking ...
... Back to the rental house for a nap, then dinner at Las Margaritas, local Mexican AND Italian place. Good margaritas, good food. One of Ken and Helen's favorite places. Sun finally came out in the evening, made Sandy's cool shoes really stand out. Even after she changed clothes in the restaurant. Really can't take her anywhere! Been so cloudy we haven't really experienced the "Midnight Sun", but VERY bright when we left at 9:15.
... at the airport prior to calling Thr Great Alaskan Holidays office for the shuttle. I had some yummy salmon chowder. The shuttle came quickly, and we even got to see the RV orientation movie earlier than expected. On the shuttle ride, we met a nice family from New Zealand.
The RV orientation movie kinda scared the **** out of us as they point out everything that could go ...
... flowing streams which form Clearwater Creek converge above it. The only attraction here is fishing, so the loo must be for them. Just past here on a hill we something fast-moving cross the road. We stop and look hard down the bank, and spot another ptarmigan standing still looking at us.
We see a lake with a house and A-frame chalet and vehicles, but it has a big keep-out sign on the gate - definitely not a tourist trap, but it has trumpeter swans and gulls on the ...