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... around the fact that some 99% of the world doesn't have a zip code.
Anyway, we finally got on the road, and headed up the highway back to Anchorage stopping every so often to take in the views along the Turnagain Arm. It's all a bit incestuous. Captain James Cook arrived in 1778 looking for the Northwest Passage. In Cook's expedition was George Vancouver who came back on his own expedition in 1794 and named the inlet 'Cooks Inlet'. Also on Cook's voyage ...
... really nice walk around and watched some people fishing for salmon as part of a derby.
We walked back to town and caught a 1 hour trolley bus tour that showed us around Anchorage and told us a few stories about the place. This was quite a good tour.
We went into the 5th Avenue Mall to find some lunch. We both had fried rice but I had sesame chicken ad Stephen had bourbon chicken (like BBQ chicken). This was quite ...
... appear good.
In the interests of international goodwill and understanding, I’m also here as a Sister Cities Ambassador. Incongruous as it may seem given the differences in climate and landscape, Darwin and Anchorage formally recognise their relationship under the international Sister Cities program (http://www.muni.org/Departments/Mayor/ Boards/SisterCities/Pages/Darwin.aspx). Darwin and Anchorage share much in common - remote ...
... completely overwhelming them. Tiny Skagway had four giant ships in port. When a town becomes so dependent on cruise ships for business, the town is not so much a real town anymore. I'm sure a cruise wouldn't have had all those odious 5 AM alarm wake-ups or the unpacking, repackings, but that's a trade-off I will make for more travel freedom. We also managed very well with only one carry-on and a backpack, thankful for laundry facilities in several ...
... here, I thought! Co Co's cafe entrance was round the corner but french doors inside led from the cafe to the hairdressers - oops, wonder if any hair floats through to land in one's food or coffee! The lady was about to close the cafe but got me a coffee & nachos, told me I could sit as long as I liked because I could pay the man in the adjoining hairdressers then she left.
When I paid I asked the hairdresser what time he works till & ...
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Mile 52, Sterling Hwy., Anchorage | Campgroundfrom $13