Coastal Trail Bed and Breakfast
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Anchorage was, frankly, just an average city with pretty average things... I was not really impressed, but I loved watching the fishing!
The salmon were running, so there were plenty of fishing to watch.
I especially appreciated (and inwardly laughed) when I saw all the "obvious" visitors all decked out ...
... Moose Pass then back on the highway towards Anchorage. Next destination Whittier.
As we neared Whittier, still in the rain, we saw a Toll fee sign, worried of what it meant and the cost we u-turned at the toll booth, went back and read the sign and decided yep, we'll go; back to the toll booth, this time Sunny in the lead as they wanted to know if there would be gas in Whittier. Bruce appeared to be paying so yep, we're going... back runs Cathy to say she can't ...
I started my journey having breakfast with my friend Mary at Fire Island bakery, because it had been highly recommended and I hadn't been there before. I started on my way just before 9 am, and realized that was probably not the wisest idea since I had forgotten it was Saturday and I had to go right past the State Fairgrounds; at least the traffic ...
... Skyline Drive for it's panoramic views, and saw a porcupine ambling along the road. By the time I grabbed my camera it was disappearing into the hedge.
Seward (pronounced Soo-erd), where you can camp right on the waterside and watch sea otters swim by while your husband fishes. Here we met by chance, Lynn and ...
... and a white patch on the horizon which is Denali, are pointed out to us. We are the last to be dropped off, and do a long haul from the airport, and along the Old Seward Highway into town. Our driver knows where the hostel is, but misses it first try and has to do a loop to pick it up. We tip the driver, and staff from the hostel help with the bags up to the first floor.
We’ve booked into a private room, no bathroom, with Bent Prop Inn Downtown (A$86), ...