Meandering Moose Lodging
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and then decided to continue up to the lodge to see if the view was better. Their look out deck was just as crowded and the clouds were already beginning to come down and cover her peaks (I feel sorry for people who slept in). Very happy we turned the camper back towards Talkeetna. We decided to go to The Roadhouse for breakfast, a well known restaurant and room rental place in Talkeetna. Many climbers stay there as their ...
... with Denali State Park.
We arrive a Talkeetna in the early afternoon. Mostly cloudy skies dominate the view form the south of the AK range. The forecast is for rain the next 4 days. I stop at the Lataiude 62, my hangout when I lived here for 10 years. Nancy the co-owner is there and we talk of staying here while getting lunch. Nancy give us a deal that we cant refuse, enticing us to rent the whole upstairs apartment. We walk over ...
... the Glenn Highway National Scenic Byway through the Copper River Valley which is one of Alaska's most beautiful, traversing a broad tundra area where we saw a moose walking down the road and trumpet swans on the mirrored lakes. The road winds through gorgeous mountain ranges one after the other with spectacular, scary drop offs and beautiful lakes thousands of feet below their peaks. One of the most breathtaking sights is the Matanuska Glacier, a ...
... do so at a slow pace. The town in the television series Northern Exposure is modelled on Talkeetna. Tourism is the main driver of Talkeetna's economy. I'd say there are more gift shops and tour operators in Talkeetna than any other business. You can go white water rafting, do a scenic flight, go dog sledding, or quad bike riding! We choose to go to the Twisted Cafe and Brewhouse and had a delicious lunch - pulled pork and coleslaw sandwiches with ...
... in Anchorage.
We changed hotels the day after our north west trip because the cheaper hotel we were staying in was a little too seediy for Zoe and Maria. It is Sunday now and After checking into the Comfort Inn we hired some bikes do ride the coastal trail on Anchorages foreshore. I thought the ride might test us as the store attendant's suggested route was 20 plus miles long. We made it, though we took longer than we had planned due to some temporary geographic ...