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... hike out to it and actually stand and walk on the glacier. We hiked back to McCarthy and rode Doc back to the campsite at Chitina - tired but satisfied.
Our next destination was Valdez. The drive there offered beautiful views and scenery.
Valdez offered us the unique chance to paddle to a glacier on a glacial lake that we had all to ourselves. We spent one night at ...
... quickly found our hotel and the most expensive Denny's ever. After settling in at 10 pm---finally a chance to sleep. I am thankful for the blackout shades and wondering if the sun really ever went down?? Well, 80% chance of rain today, so I don't know if we will be able to tour Anchorage by bike today. 100% chance we will find a Walmart and stock up with snacks/PB&J for the next few days. Definitely--will get In as much site ...
... parked at the Hotel Aleyska. We headed up to the sit down restaurant, we ordered salad and pizza all was tasty. There is also a deli coffee bar in the hotel as well as at the top of the tram. We bought tickets for the tram using a by one get one free coupon from the Northern Lights Coupon book. We saved at least $25! The tram came and left quickly. We made it to the top and did a bit of walking. I really did not enjoy ...
... Co was tucked away in an industrial park but offered a second story patio seating with a view of the mountains (because everywhere in Alaska offers a view of the mountains) and served creatively named craft beers. I had the Bavarian Sampler which included Fallen Angel, Monks Mistress, Snowshoe White and one whose name escapes me now. We ordered the earthy, BLT and spicy bruschettas as well as some pretzel bread, a Greek salad and ...
... isn’t it?
We did visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center, a non-profit org. dedicated to preserving Alaska’s Culture and Heritage. Our guide took us through 10,000 years of Alaska Native History and culture through dance and game demonstrations, explanation of traditional
Native dwellings, and some excellent exhibits.
It was well worth the time.