Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway Bed and Breakfast - Fairbanks, Alaska
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of the town of Tok. we stopped at a layby to look at a bridge and ran into a couple from Wollongong, they said they were with a group of 15 couples all travelling in RVs the same brand, which when we drove on we passed most of them.
We were going to stop at Tok but as we had gained an hour we decided to drive on. We then decided to stop at North Pole...Yes its really the name of the town. Kaff had heard of a big Xmas shop there which we managed ...
... and was told "first come first served". I pulled in and got a hookup site and we will stay here for eight nights. This park is quite nice and convenient to all local attractions.
First thing you need to do in a strange town? Well, hit the visitor center, of course. The Fairbanks VC is top shelf; first class would be a good description. I will give it three stars and a doughnut in all categories. They had young native dancers and Theresa was asked ...
... surprised and amused by my sparse dinner, the waiter was gone before I could speak. Turns out, at 11:00 PM Chicago time, a few pieces of broccoli was all I wanted.
As if it wasn't late enough, the tour guide offered a visit to the Alyeska Pipeline after dinner. Having worked for Amoco and BP, how could I miss that? As we left the bus at the pipeline, we were swarmed by Alaska’s other state bird – ...
... which is still damp but much more solid from overnight sun. On roads that we traveled two days ago at 30 MPH, we're now hitting speeds over 60. In pavement breaks where we used to slow, we speed across without hesitating. There's an eagerness to our pace, as we need to get to Fairbanks. We stop again at Yukon Camp for gas and food. When we turn off the Dalton Highway onto the pavement of AK-2, I fist-pump in the air ...
... to TOK We finished ...