Carriage House Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
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... bears, caribou as well as some musk oxen. We went thru the 1 way 2 1/2 mile tunnel to get Whittier. U can only thru on the 1/2 hour so had time the arrival time well. Getting onto the boat was easy and well organised. We sailed at 8.00pm during the safety drill. Time to make a start on my all inclusive drinks card. It cost $49 plus tax a day so it may be a challenge. Beers ...
... we first got here, so they were itching to get together. We brought the 4 boys to Moose's Tooth for lunch. The pizza there is always good (ranked the third best in the country).
After lunch, Steve had to go pick up a work colleague before heading to Alyeska. The drive to Alyeska, down Turnagain Arm, is absolutely stunning. This was our first time in several years driving down it on a sunny day. It was low tide so there was no chance of ...
... board rider all wanting to catch the wave.
Girdwood was originally called Glacier City for the glaciers which rim the surrounding
mountains. Just before Girdwood we passed the Ghost Forest with the remains of trees whose roots were swamped by saltwater during the 1964 earthquake.
We went up the Alyeska Resort's Aerial Tramway using the iPad discount app (Tour Saver) with 2 for 1 Discounts. It was the perfect day for it with blue sky and scattered cloud. ...
... Eagle (Mike was asleep for this one though), moose, and Dall sheep! Among many other birds, of course. On the way back, the train actually backtracked to see more Dall sheep that had gone unusually low on the mountain side. We passed by a body of water known as ‘Turnagain arm’, named such because the explorer who discovered it thought it might be the northwest passage that he was searching for (and he was wrong and had to turn again).
... 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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