Cloudberry Lookout Bed and Breakfast

Address: PO Box 84511, Fairbanks, Alaska, 99708, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Fairbanks

A few hours to Fairbanks and then the 'Riverboat'

A travel blog entry by pamandpete on Sep 02, 2015

2 comments, 22 photos

... and she had purchased the book for her grandies to read when they visit her house. When I told her what I intended to do with ours, she was quite moved. Peter, myself and Bronwyn had all read the book by the time we berthed at the dock.

By 5.15pm we were back on the bus. Just enough time to get to the hotel for 17 of our touring group to throw their backpacks in their rooms and get on the bus to go to the airport for their flight over the Arctic ...


A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 21, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... they had sent all our stuff to the airport along with info for the other passengers. All sorted out eventually so we settled in, had dinner and early night. Excited to be starting this part of the journey. Surprise find - sculpting ice is really, really clear. Beautiful Traveller's tip - Visitors Centre was a great find. So interesting and informative. This seems to be the norm in the USA. Sue tells me not to expect so much in ...

Last day in Alaska & nearing our holiday end :-(

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jul 19, 2015

10 photos

... you received a free scoop of ice cream. We were able to select the flavour - butter pecan and it was delicious.
From here we went to the Gold Dredge No. 8 Tour for the 1:45 tour, also on our 2 for 1 coupon. On the way we passed a viewing point of the Alyeska Pipeline which transports oil from the top of Alaska down to the port of Valdez. It had fascinating info boards explaining it had to consider the impacts of earthquakes, wildlife corridors and the permafrost in building it ...

No more road - Deadhorse end of the road North

A travel blog entry by goldsack on Jul 19, 2015

37 photos

... We chose to carry some top-up fuel in the YELLOW BAG again to be sure of avoiding running out on the 400Km+ legs. Fuel gets to be quite expensive too - US$5.35 / US gallon in Deadhorse (US $1.41 per litre).
The weather was fine until Yukon River Crossing and the roads, a mixture of sealed and gravel sections, were easy to ride. Bad news at lunch was the wet riders arriving from North. Into my yellow (BMW) frog suit and away to cruise the wet ...

Day 18 - 21 (July 16 - 19): Fairbanks

A travel blog entry by kelly.hall on Jul 16, 2015

32 photos

... be difficult to grow a lot of cattle feed here due to short growing season.

Fairbanks has two fairly large military bases: one Air Force and one Army and they take up considerable amount of space which means you get to drive around them to get to anywhere. That is okay I guess since they are protecting us from evilness.

The Walmart we shopped at was interesting - there were many shelves with empty spaces - not sure if they do not get ...

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