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... on the iPad. Time was completely lost at the point and at one time I looked out the window to my right, I saw the most beautiful site ever! Nothing but mountain chains over and over with snow all on the tops and running off like an ice cream sundae. Glaciers were winding down like ice rivers and pieces of them were broken in the icy waters. We were finally in Alaska! It was breathtaking! As we got closer to the city, the mountains became smaller and greener and Alaska ...
... and we could still see big chunks of ice floating around the base of the glacier. The glacier itself is awesome, especially the intense blue caused by the density of the ice causing every colour but blue to be absorbed.
We stopped for a delicious clam chowder on our return to Anchorage. We ate with Sheila and Ric************ly other British couple on the trip with us. Originally from Preston, they now live ...
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... something to do that night after we were finished exploring.
We started with a search for food, after getting a local recommendation we ended up in Snow City Cafe which was soooooo tasty. I stuffed myself on a mushroom omelette which was delicious with freshly squeezed orange juice and delicious cafe latte. Even though is was a week day there was still a queue, probably something to do with it being closer to lunchtime than breakfast!
That set us up perfectly ...
... hearing some first hand experiences of people who lived through the earthquake.
Finally, we walked down the street, took some pictures with the Balto statue (this is the site of the ceremonial start of the Iditarod), went into a few gift shops where Tracy bought some fireweed honey. I hope she likes the honey as much as she likes the flower!
Time was coming to an end and it was time to head to the ...