Dancing Bears Nightly Rental
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After our yummy breakfast we started walking through town to the weekend markets. Along the way we came across the Captain Cook lookout at Resolution Creek, who knew our Captain Cook came to Anchorage too! We followed the road along to the weekend markets. Fabulous characters & interesting things to buy, yummy food too! Elvis even made an appearance. Chatted to lots of people, amazing how many people had their dogs with ...
... and hot tub. Dinner was sandwiches from The Bake House in downtown Girdwood. The luxury of Alyeska is always a nice way to end our trips - even though it means seeing less of Steve. We can't complain though since his work here is the reason we come every year. Steve's client's generosity makes all Steve's hard work and long hours worth it - this client believes in rewarding work and always says, "play as hard as you work." We certainly do just that.
... king bedroom, and even a washing machine! So that went on straight away. When I looked for my netbook I realised I had left it back in Anchorage on the bench when I was paying. Aargh! I checked my emails on the iPad and Linda had already emailed me about it. Fortunately we have to drive back through Anchorage on Tuesday on our way to Denali, so we will pick it up then. Phew! I had hoped to upload photos from the cruise, but this will have to wait now.
... the animals. Before we headed back, the crew scooped up some of the glacier pieces that had fallen into the water to make cocktails with. So we had glacier margaritas! The crew was extremely accommodating and considerate. The service so far in all of Alaska, has been really good (minus some irritation with Budget car rental).
Whittier, it turns out, was a town developed during WWII but then was largely abandoned once the WWII came to an end. ...
Here are our pictures from the train ride from Anchorage to Whittier.
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We had a beautiful train ride from Anchorage to Whittier. It was beautiful seeing all of the scenery. We got to Whittier around noon and enjoyed checking onto the boat and then walking the town of Whittier. The history in this town is interesting. It was built during WWII. Check out our pictures.