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Go up along the Baldwin Street
one of the cities in New Zealand, there is Baldwin Street. What is so special
about it? The thing is that it has entered the Guinness Book of World Records
as the residential street with the most sharply-rising road. Being 359 meters
long, it reaches height of 80 meters. The most high-grade hack makes 161 meters,
and it corresponds to 38 angle-degrees slope. That’s ...
I couldn't wait to sleep, my eyes were heavy but I was it finding hard to pass out, my mind was set on all the activities ahead. After another hour I drifted off. The room was warm and comfortable and welcome.
I woke up after a short sleep. I could not wait to get breakfast have a shower and look around the cabin. The water in the creek was running and moos where running around in the far distance. The weather was warm and sunny. I couldn't ...
... view Hurricane Gulch, and the Igloo Motel in Cantwell, we arrived at the Golden Nugget Camper Park and after a social get together with our group, we relaxed around camp with our neighbors, Ken & Pat from New Jersey.
Tuesday, August 12th – Anchorage, AK – Day 36 of Caravan
Only one full day was scheduled for Anchorage, so we made the most of it by exploring on our own.
... the access road, so did a three-point turn with some difficulty and parallel parked up the road a bit, with enough room for campervans to get through. Any three-point turn you do without trouble is a triumph.
We walked back taking photos of the collection of possibly Alaska-useful junk, checked out the interior of the store, packed with a wide-ranging inventory, and listened to the owner talking about people who think they are hermits, then bend his ear when ...
... or cold. The tourist section is mostly on 4th through 6th avenues and has all of the Princess and Holland America hotels and all of the tourist shops - whether good or bad. Overall it was a nice experience. Along one street there were at least eight fur shops. We drove around parts of Anchorage we had not seen and were pleasantly ...