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... flight which arrived on time.
The anchorage airport was nice, clean and seemed new. Rental cars are on site. We rented from Hertz as they are the only agency in Seward, where we will return the car. We got a full size car, an Impala which has a nice big trunk. The car has it own GPS, we used to get to the a Hotel Captain Cook. The hardest thing was trying to figure out how to get into the hotel. We checked in and took all of our luggage up to our room.
Our last day in Alaska. It's a beautiful place, and if you get the chance you should come. We would both recommend that a road trip is better than a cruise, as you really do see more, and get out of the tourist crushes that occur around the docks. The view from the boat is great, but you really do need to get out there amongst it all to do it justice.
Seward, apart from some beefs about their price gouging, is a lovely picturesque seaside resort where ...
Tea tonight was at the Snow Goose. I tried a cocktail called a Snow Dog and wished I hadn't – it was Kahlua, vodka, root beer and cream. Not the best. Stephen tried a local beer and couldn’t finish it. The food was nice however and made up for the drinks.,
On our return to our hotel the manager asked us our room number and when we said 307 he said he had a bag for us. Yay!! My bag had returned. I was ...
As I look out the window we are just over an hour from arriving in Anchorage. The scenery has been beautiful crossing over the snow covered Canadian Rockies. It's a five hour flight from Minneapolis, today. I say that because my seat mate is a physician that resides in Anchorage and he explained the tailwind/headwinds can impact this 2,300 mile ...
... paths criss-crossing its sides.
When we were 264 miles from Anchorage, we crossed the Susitna River. When the bridge was built in 1921, the bridge was the 2nd longest, single-span bridge next to the bridge built across the Mississippi River. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
For miles and miles we traveled beside the Susitana River. The river has the milky color of glacial water (‘tho it could just be churned up by recent rains). It ...