Arctic Adventure Hostel
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... most spirit houses you do not see a name or dates for the departed. The members of the tribe knew their loved ones by the design and color of their spirit house. Our next stop was a park to have lunch. We had sandwiches and salads. After we ate our lunch we were given free time to play in the park. Then we headed back to Anchorage. We went to an Alaskan Open market. We were able to make purchases from Alaskan Asrtists. I bought a bald eagle and ...
... our friend Cheryl from Puyallup. We ate dinner at Sleeping Lady Brew Pub overlooking Cooks Inlet. The tides in the Inlet rise from 33 to 40 feet. We started our walk at 4:30 pm and returned at 8:30 pm. It was light out and 70 degrees. It was still light out when we went to bed at 11:00 pm so fortunately we had blinders to wear to bed. This truly is the land of the Midnight Sun.
... lady who's daughter went to University of Wisconsin. We played scrabble on the iPad in which Kim kicked my ass each game. Who knew? I think my newly acquired ADHD helped me to hurry through. But that would just be an excuse!
We traveled above clouds so our view coming into Anchorage was not as great as I would have liked but Kim still got some camera shots out of the airplane window. Once landed, the ...
... airport where moose can go in, but not come out. Supposedly there were at least 8 moose in the area, but we did not see any. After the tour, decided to get a late afternoon lunch at the Brewhouse (very good) and then walked back to the hotel to pick up our bags and wait for the shuttle to take us to the airport. I think we are both ready to get out of the cold damp weather and get back to sunny Florida.
... to the hotel in lots, like you would park your Subaru. Downtown is small and open, with gaps in the lots and buildings the way a 9 year old's mouth reveals that better things are coming if we just wait. The building for the State Assembly stands tall and alone in its block on the main drag, just up from the Federal Building and an old movie Theatre.
You cannot pretend you are ...