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... this museum and not bother with the main museum. This was worth seeing for learning about the Alaskan native history and culture and they had an interesting outdoor display of different dwellings that the different native groups used with a young person in each dwelling there to answer any questions that visitors may have.
There were also live displays of dancing and singing and ...
... the game via the free courtesy shuttle.
After the museum, the shuttle came and whisked us through Anchorage rush hour back to our hotel where Hans gracious picked us up for pizza and wine at their house. His wife Anna and son Hans (4 yo) were delightful hosts and it was great to see a real neighborhood. Their house was a short walk from Turnagain Arm where we could see downtown ...
... moment. I slept at the airport last night, or tried to (what else is new?!) and caught my 2 ½ hour flight to Anchorage around 2:40pm today.
Once I landed in Anchorage, I waited about 2 hours for my hotel shuttle to show. I had paperwork from Princess telling me the shuttle comes every 30 minutes, so I clearly must have just missed one upon arriving at the shuttle pickup, because the next time I saw one was nearly 40 minutes later as it zoomed past the second ...
... br> I’ve also has the chance to get out on country with some great field trips. In August, Ilse and I spent two weeks in Barrow, Alaska inside the Arctic Circle working with Professor Craig Tweedie’s team (University of Texas, El Paso) measuring the impacts of climate change in coastal erosion (nearly two metres of tundra coastline is lost annually) and the impacts of permafrost thawing. While there I gave lectures at the Ilisagvik College ...
... deleted after we read more about them: Juneau. The **********e to drop was Glacier Bay National Park. It was our trade-off for Denali. We originally planned to travel mostly on the Alaska ferry system. We loved what we did on it, but we replaced it with cars, fast catamarans, and a bush plane when taking the ferry meant midnight arrivals and 5 AM leavings. Four people in a car, even a big comfortable SUV, can be more economical than four expensive scenic ...