Alyeska Adventures B&B
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... the school, shops, gym and housing because it gets so snowed in during winter. It was a very busy town. We decided not to stay because it was all paid parking and we either left before 12:15 or we would have to wait another hour. After going through the tunnel, again marvelling at the technology and the fact that gold diggers had to go over these tremendous mountains on foot, we saw the long queues waiting on the other side. It proved to be a good plan arriving 5 mins ...
... the animals. Before we headed back, the crew scooped up some of the glacier pieces that had fallen into the water to make cocktails with. So we had glacier margaritas! The crew was extremely accommodating and considerate. The service so far in all of Alaska, has been really good (minus some irritation with Budget car rental).
Whittier, it turns out, was a town developed during WWII but then was largely abandoned once the WWII came to an end. ...
... turned so both sides could see the glacier and stayed for over a half hour each side.
Tonight was packing night. Our cases that were going straight to our hotel in Anchorage, with a good clothes and our clothes for the warmer weather, had to be labelled and put outside our door buy 6pm. Then our case that was being transported to Denali Princess Lodge had to be out by 11pm. So once all that was done it was time for bed and an early morning train ride.
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... where we were spending our last night in the RV. I am not going to lie; after spending a night at Alyeska it was hard to go back to the RV. The campsite was pretty though. Cole, Quinn and I all did the ALS ice bucket challenge (thanks to everyone for the nominations). That glacier water was COLD! A few other campers watched us and told us we were insane. Steve agreed with all of them. There was a very nice couple from Colorado in the site next to us and they invited us over ...
... Alaska stay we had enjoyed moose meat in several different dishes and found out that many get killed on the roads. Locals can put their name on a list and whenever a moose is found dead there is a lottery and the lucky winner gets the moose. The only drawback is that they have to take the whole moose within a short time so it does not deteriorate and then skin ...