Girdwood Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Sunny day with some cloud. 65°F
Left just after 9 and another delicious breakfast. We drove around to have a proper look at the Capt Cook monument overlooking Cook Inlet. Unfortunately no parking so Greg just had to wait in the car. Cook looked a bit strange with some sunnies on! The cafe on the opposite corner, just like we had noticed …
Cloudy, some sunny patches, 65°F (18°C)
Everything we needed for breakfast was in our kitchen, including homemade bread and strawberry jam.
We bought a ham and cheese croissant and cookie at the bakery at the corner of the main road for our lunch and then headed off to Portage Glacier for our cruise at 10:30. The ticket office only opened …
... was lovely, met another couple of Queenslanders on there too! Among many interesting facts the driver told us that the Snow Cafe where we had breakfast is haunted! After that we went to the federal building and watch a film on the earthquake of 1964. Very interesting, but we couldn't look around after the film as they were closing so we will try to go back tomorrow. We walked around some more, checking out a shopping ...
... br> This was so different from the ATV tour we did last year on The Stampede Trail. Then we were in a 4 person vehicle and the trail was well maintained, wide and flat. These trails were narrow, twisty, full of tree roots, rocks, hills and TONS of mud. I surprised myself and Steve and the boys, with how much I enjoyed driving the ATV. Quinn, who was riding with me, told me I was insane. Cole, who was ...
... in the back. The doors in the back were already gone. The place was a total mess and apparently had been vandalized hundreds of times (from how it looked) but was still an amazing place to explore. We first walked into an auditorium before wandering around the upstairs and the rooms that would have been the living quarters. We couldn’t go everywhere without a flashlight (and without more time) - the building is HUGE!
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