Anschen Log House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... was only interested in the hot springs. They were a bit of a disappointment as I compared them to Liard Hot Springs which were in a natural creek. These were in a man-made pool. They had done it up quite well with big rocks and a lovely pebbly floor. It was very clean and neat. I stayed in too long and felt quite unwell. It was stupid of me, but I did manage to shower and get dressed and make my way to the " turtle truck" where I soon regained my normal body heat. I ...
... and Fairbanks you can take the Wilderness Express car which is run by a private company and connects to the Alaskan Railroad car but is a much upgraded option and well worth the small up charge. On Wilderness Express you get a seat in a domed car and have the option to eat in a beautiful dining car where they served prime rib, halibut and a few other options. The food was terrific.. There is also a bar in each car with seat service. We all gave the train ...
... entire history of Alaska and its people. There were also two movies we watched - 'Winter' and 'Aurora'. I was surprised to learn how little rain they actually receive each year, and there snowfall is very dry. One man explained trying to explain: it was like making a snowball out of sugar - nothing sticks together. After the museum, I decided to try the other quilt short, Northern Threads - what a difference. The first thing I saw was the kitted fabric I was ...
... had been moved to the park from different locations around Fairbanks. In the museum there were dioramas of different ways that gold was mined. There was also a River boat with dioramas of all the towns where the River boat used to stop, train museum and Alaska Native museum. In one of the houses you could get great softie ice cream. Since it was raining, we pretty much had the park to ourselves.
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