Timberline Drive BnB
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Sleeping late and waking up to beautiful glacier views in a comfortable bed was luxurious. Unfortunately, soon after we got up the hotel lost power. Grateful we weren't in the elevators when it happened, we gathered up the boys and decided to get breakfast and do some of the hikes around the resort. No electricity meant no ATM machine and no CC machines that worked. Thankfully, one of the employees offered to drive us into Girdwood to use the ATM there. They also had a ...
... fishing mecca for salmon. The rivers were full with rafters fishing, waders fishing, dip netters fishing and the guides really raking it in! I told Bud that he should join in but he said there were just too many folks in the water. Fishing is a sport that is best done in quiet solitude, not with chaos.
Soldotna was larger than I expected with Fred Meyer stores, DQ, Target, car dealerships, and more. ...
... and right in the middle of our family breakfast. In the corner of the room were checker/chess tables and a cozy wood burning stove. The breakfast was absolutely huge! After our morning in Talkeetna we went to the train depot just outside of town. We are heading for Whittier where we will board the cruise ship. The train was so much fun! The cars had glass domed windows for great viewing of everything high and low and we had our own seating with table for ...
... Nigel's case than mine, but they were quite a way away by then. I got a couple of photos and Nigel climbed up on the roof to take a video which we'll try to upload sometime. Needless to say, we were kicking ourselves for missing this ringside seat opportunity.
Next day Nigel fished in the estuary where tens of thousands ...
... wet morning. After, out to walk around the town, stopping at the library to use their free internet.
Back onto boat about 7pm, where we have dinner with a couple from Brooklyn and another from Iowa.
Last people are on board by 8.30pm, and ship leaves soon after. It's nearly 10pm by the time we finish dinner. Have a quick look at the Production Show "On the Bayou", but don't stay long as it's pretty ordinary. Very little else on (Princess definitely ...