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We walked down to Creek Street - a really cool, loads of little shops, a funicular, cute turn of the century setting... only downside... it smelt of dead fish! There were actually dead fish littering the water and rocks. It was pretty disgusting to be honest and for a 'tourist destination' I think it should have been cleaned more often. The smell was so bad that ...
... was beautifully presented and carefully thought through, with wines chosen to enhance each course. I photographed the menu to help us remember the details of all the courses. This was truly a banquet never to be forgotten. The Executive chef, Antonio Constantino, hails from Valledalomo, Sicily and is completely passionate about his work. It was a real pleasure and a privilege to share the results of his enthusiasm and his view of cooking as a way of enjoying and celebrating ...
... faces. It's hard to get a quality first impression of a place if you've been cramped & flying for so many hours and then it's dark, cold & rainy upon arrival. Still, I can imagine Anchorage to be a fun yet rugged town worth more than just a transitory stop. Our mini pub crawl after dinner helped validate that. Our routing today was VFR in the Misty Fjords and then IFR to Anchorage: ANN BKA HAPIT YAK JOH SNRIS PAMR (Merrill Field) at 10,000'. Flight time was almost 6,5 ...
... our dinner when the Captain announced that sprays had been spotted and there were definitely whales in the channel. We went straight to the bow and in the distance saw several sprays. As we passed through the channel we were lucky enough to see the tail flukes of three or four whales. One of them passed so close to the ship that we could hear it exhale as it came up. Once through the channel our attention turned to the spectacular sunset. A perfect end to the day.
... she had NY style cheesecake with pineapple and chocolate drizzle and I had a decadent hot fudge brownie sundae with French vanilla ice cream and candied walnuts. In the Stardust Theatre we watched a 35 minute documentary on Alaska's Inside Passage and info about the glaciers which we will be seeing. Very informative. Can't wait to see the real thing tomorrow. Following this we went to a trivia session on Broadway musicals. Out of twenty three music clips, we guessed 19 ...
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