Bent Prop Inn & Hostel Of Alaska
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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Saturday 7th June Leaving cruise in Whittier and bus to Anchorage.
We've booked a transfer to Anchorage with Anchorage Tours and Transfers (for A$45 each) which includes stopping at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre, and various photo stops. We don’t have to meet them till 9am, so don’t have to hurry. As usual, Murray is …
... Lake Hood at the Airport for our trip in the float plane out to Redoubt Mountain Lodge on Cresent Lake which is in the Lake Clarke National Park.
3 planes left "Rust's" ours was an 8 seater..Beaver. It was magnificent , the trip took just over an hour and we flew across Kenai National park and Oil rigs and fishing camps, it was just so gorgeous from the air. When we arrived the lake was a Glacier one so flying in it was that ...
... a good part of the day observing sea lions feasting on salmon at the fish hatchery weir. They were very entertaining. Like bears of the sea.
The highlight by far was the kayak to Valdez Glacier and that was really a surprise experience for us that we stumbled on. I knew we could reach the glacier but I wasn't sure how close we could get or how much we could see. When I rounded the corner ...
... items (a bag of rocks, gold in a jar, knives, ulus, etc.) or an art gallery with stone animal carvings or photos of local scenery and wildlife. I've never wished to be a millionaire more than in those galleries. Another failed attempt to see Mt. McKinley from Resolution Point and a quick nap later, we were ready for dinner at Midnight Sun Brewing Co. and a quick hike up Flat Top (the mountain looks true to its name). Midnight ...
... Not too noticeable inside though. In the morning a short meeting was held for our group to advise us of arrangements for disembarking tomorrow. The cases to be left in passage by 7pm, to be stowed away, then to be picked up by each of us on the platform at Seward to be then placed on the Coach for travel to Anchorage. Our last lunch in the Lido room, was shared with a couple from Whyalla, who joined us ...