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Travel Blogs from Girdwood
... snow capped mountains. We had lunch at the Sizzlin Cafe. We had a choice of sandwiches or wraps. We could also have salad and a cookie. All the delegates were very well behaved. After lunch we went to a park along the Cook Inlet. We enjoyed the view and played a few team building games. Everyone burned off some steam and met some new friends. From the park, we headed to the Alaska Native Heritage Center. On our way, Ms. Nita spotted a ...
... around the town, with the one major objective, apart from seeing the town, being to find free wi-fi so we can find what sort of problems we have left behind.
We take the modern walkway around the shore, past cruise ships and Alaskan trawlers in the boat harbour. Pass the tourist traps on the main street and head for Creek Street, a collection of former Bawdy Houses on stilts over the creek, and a suspended boardwalk, sometimes over the creek, sometimes behind ...
... 8217;s North Slope began flowing to market through the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, the Permanent Fund was created. It was designed to be an investment where at least 25% of the oil money would be put into a dedicated fund for future generations, who would no longer have oil as a resource. The locals talk about the fund being a nice little package each year, some years quite high over a thousand dollars each.
Breakfast is served, a big warm cinnamon roll. ...
... is sponsoring a "Showing up Every Day" program in the Anchorage schools with seductive prizes such as a 2013 Jeep Patriot, round trip airline tickets, trips to Disneyland and Apple computers. Students with full attendance can enter for the best prizes with 95% attenders eligible for draws for the other prizes. Attendance rates for high school seniors are currently a dismal 57.8%. The program is aimed at achieving a 90% attendance rate by 2020. I also read ...
... Mountain. Tram views were wonderful although ride was short, maybe 5-7 minutes at most. Note our team ride was free since we had reservations at Seven Glaciers restaurant on to of the mountain. Spectacular views on top -- was bummed at Gavin changed out of hiking shoes as ther are hiking trails up here too. Had an excellent meal at Seven glaciers which has a separate vegetarian menu which is unusually for these 4-star restaurants. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet