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Travel Blogs from Fairbanks
... was as excited as a 5 year old child!! As we came closer i could see some of his reindeer outside. M. Claus had a day off that day, but i got some cool pictures and i got to sit in his chair!! After a wander around the store which wasn't filled with toys but rather all kinds of delicate Christmas ornaments, funny t-shirts and localities, we had to go.
People here always leave their cars on when they pop out to ...
... So we began the road this morning at the worst spots. We passed by the Copper River and saw all the salmon wheels set up to capture the salmon. This point of the Copper River sports a Delta – an area where the land on the side of the river is covered with pools of shallow water intertwined with the flat barren land. This is one of the more important stopping points for birds. Small dots we see are ...
... cloudy and raining all day today we feel the chance of seeing any is pretty slim unfortunately. (Next day found out Julia couldn't sleep so she was repeatedly hopping out of bed to check the sky between 2 and 3am!)
After the ice museum we walked down to the river bank to check out some fountains. Theoretically this is the"historical district" ... just seems dodgy to us. Lots of young drop kicks, drunks and homeless hanging around. We stood out a lot, ...
... some lovely homes along the river's edge as well as simple cabins, several had boats moored up & a few had seaplanes.
Before long we stopped to see a 'native' village & from the boat saw a native girl filleting a salmon & hanging it up on the drying rack. She also had a microphone & explained what she was doing> When we disembarked we had a guided tour round an Athabascan style Indian village ...
... awesome ice sculptures that u'll be deeply sunked in the beautiful changing colored ice cyrstal chandeliers overhead. The museum has a observation deck with staircase, polar bear bedroom,life size jousters on horseback, igloo, ice outhouse and an ice bar room.
They also offer you to sip a speacilaity beverage called "applentini" in an ice carved martini glass and this costs 15$ apart from the ticket price. The beverage is served at the Aurora ice bar and people ...
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