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... center in front of floor to ceiling glass wall looking out into the village sites outside. There are officially 11 Alaskan Native languages and 22 dialects. Got to see Tsimshian dances at noon with red deigns on black button cloaks.
Then, went on narrated tour with guide around 5 tribal village sites representing distinct geographical and cultural regions. As always, learnt a lot & ...
... calico dresses called "kuspuks."
The bus took us back to downtown Anchorage and we had lunch at the Snow City Cafe. We met our group in Town Square and walked to the Anchorage Museum. The museum focuses on the art, history and cultures of Alaska. The Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center displays Alaska Native artifacts. There is also an interactive Imaginarium Discovery Center.
... was spectacular. We are exhausted and won’t be in an RV anytime soon. Turning in our rolling home will probably be yet another adventure. Our flight leaves Anchorage at 6 a.m. We will be happy to fall into our own beds. See you all soon.
Our trip would not be complete without a tribute to the movie "Christmas Vacation". Check out our picture entitled “******** full Clark”
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The city of Anchorage got its start as a tent city on the shores of Ship Creek in 1915, when the site was selected as the base for construction of the Alaska Railroad. The tents quickly gave way to storefronts and homes along the grid of numbered avenues and lettered streets that make up modern Anchorage's downtown core. ...