Bent Prop Inn & Hostel Of Alaska
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the end of the cruise, you'll get some paperwork in your stateroom asking you what your plans are for after the cruise (e.g., are you doing a private tour, are you going on a land tour with the cruise company, etc). Based on your answers, you're given a time and a place to show up for disembarkation. Since we always pack light and carry our own bags, we are usually some of the first off the ship. This morning we had a 7:45 AM departure time and at 8:45 ...
... was heavy traffic so we did not get a good view.
We finally made it into downtown Anchorage and we wanted to walk around a little. It was drizzling pretty hard. We were going to meet up with childhood friend of Karen’s and mine. We did a little bit of hopping and I stopped in for an obligatory beer at Darwin’s Revenge. William and I went there 10 and 12 years ago. Same old dive bar. We had ...
... walk in an attempt to tire Dawson out, we came across a friendly seal and followed him down the beach a ways before finally forcing ourselves to abandon our plans. We were able to meet up with friends camping in Kasilof (halfway between Homer and Anchorage) and joined their campsite on the beach. Thankfully the rain had stopped so we were able to build a bonfire, fly a kite we found, fish a little ...
... whole Area was devastated by a 9.2 earthquake in 1964, which devastated the area. The land sank 10-15 feet. The town was rebuilt some time later. On route we visited a Wildlife Sanctuary - hence photos of bears, reindeers and the Musk ox. Closely associated more with goats than with oxen. Population of Anchorage 300,000. Very large airport. Goods enroute from China and Japan to be sent south. It is still very light and it is now 11.30! ...
... offloaded most of my things at Sheila’s little shop. She’s been making parkas of various weights for 28 years after buying the business off her grandmother, Laura Wright, who was from Eskimo descent & had, since 1947, made parkys according to the rich traditions of each Indian tribe, paying attention to particular details of each unique group & had also added her own individual & creative touch with different trimmings & materials. ...