Camai Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The Captain Cook, in downtown Anchorage. I was disappointed to hear that they had gotten rid of the gigantic stuffed polar bear that used to be in their lobby.
Amelia & I took the luggage up to the room while Jeff parked the car, what a great feeling when we opened the door to our hotel room. It had been a super long day, a day that had not gone as planned, but knew we had absolutely nothing to complain about, we made it safe & sound!
... in North American, 38.9 feet. There is no tide pooling here and stories abound of people getting stuck in the silty mud and drowning when the tide comes in.
Point Woronzof was a fun experience. Planes landing at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport fly directly overhead, seemingly only feet above our heads. There was a steady stream of UPS and other cargo planes landing while we were there. Of course there was ...
... like to join that club. Riley Creek Campground is very nice. Beautiful, wooded sites and stunning views. We parked the RV, cooked dinner and then walked down to Riley Creek and spent some time skipping stones and just enjoying being in Alaska. Tomorrow we are taking the shuttle bus into Denali up to Eilson - here's hoping to blue skies, lots of wildlife and seeing Denali ...
... on : no standing in the moving bus, seat belts on at all times the bus is moving, windows down before we move in closer on a wildlife sighting, all body parts and cameras inside the bus, no standing in the stairwell, we are allowed to shout "Stop!" for a wildlife sighting, give directions in a normal voice, then only necessary whispers, no approaching into the animal's comfort zone (300 yards for bears), camera sound effects set on quiet or mute, keeping the volume down ...
... we've done a little bit of cross country skiing, and some snowboarding hear and there. Recently we were able to use our flight benefits to fly up to Fairbanks and check out the hot springs. We also took a weekend trip down to Seward to check it out, and stay in a cute little cabin. We really can't wait for the summer, there is so much more to see, and it'll be great to explore.
We love you all, and miss you dearly!! Come visit!! I mean it!!