All Seasons Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... few details about the place. First stop was the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Centre. Interesting, but the best part was they had a heap of brochures for our next few stops and a map of Alaska that I had been chasing. Actually, the antler arch was the best bit.
We then left town and went to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. This was quite interesting and it explains why petrol is so expensive. This pipeline goes for 800 miles from Prudhoe Bay ...
We went back to the hotel about 1 PM and then picked up the shuttle to the Denali Train Depot which is adjacent to the Denali visitor's center. We had time for a short trail hike and a visit to the visitors' center before heading to the train.
We took the short walk to the train station for our trip to Fairbanks. There is a railroad that runs between Seward and Fairbanks with stops in Anchorage and. Denali. For at least the portion ...
... but wouldn't buy. We arrived at the shop, a Bernina dealer, and were not impressed. The owner could not get past her shop was featured in McCalls quilting magazine. We asked about one particular fabric, and were told she had bought all of the fabric run, and it was only available in kits. We'll I didn't want her kit! I bought one fat quarter to keep up quilt shop support, and we headed to the university of Alaska museum of the north. We enjoyed a wonderful exhibition ...
... off the bumper to replace the headlight bulb :-(
After a sandwich at Subway (not very original, but quick) we went to Pioneer Park in Fairbanks. This Park is very interesting and if you only have time for one sightseeing stop, this is it. Richard particularly enjoyed the Pioneer Air Museum. The museum had a large collection of Aviation History of Alaska. Also part of the park was an old mining town. The houses and shops were ...
... chain off and low ...