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... own vegetables and herbs in greenhouses so the caprese salad we had was made with Chena ingredients.
Tuesday we relaxed some more and chilled out until we “soaked” in the Chena Hot Springs Rock Lake then we warmed up. Still relaxing just floating and soaking in the 105 degree spring water after breakfast and again after dinner. It never seems late here with the midnight ...
... months to make, working 8 hours a day. Next was a section with dogs from the kennel down the road and a girl who talked about the dogs and preparing for the Iditarod race. After we landed at the end of the trip, we drove to North Pole Alaska, which is the town beside Fairbanks, and to Santa Claus's house, set up for year round commercialisation of Christmas, and on to our hotel and a farewell dinner, although the tour was not quite over. Wednesday. Set off at 0545 in ...
... best places in the word to see them and people flock here for it. The Japanese can now fly direct here and do so because it is deemed lucky to conceive a child under the Northern Lights. (None of that for me) So it has been a terrific few days here. My photos of the Lights are **** but one of the guys on the bus was going to send me one of his as he had a wizz bang camera.
I got home around 2am totally knackered but a happy camper...Northern Lights tick and Ice road tick ...
... will be home for the next 4 days. One of our fellow caravaner’s, Carol Rike, let each lady in our group choose a pair of earrings she had made. How nice is that!
Sunday, August 3rd – Fairbanks, AK – Day 27 of Caravan
8:30 AM bus trip to the University of Alaska Museum. It’s a beautiful building filled with very interesting displays and artwork. At the museum, we watched a movie ...
... our hotel and we were pleasantly surprised. Nice! All of the hotels we will stay in on this portion of our trip are owned by Princess. Settled in to our hotel, Fairbanks Princess Riverside Lodge, we were on our own for dinner. Our bus driver had recommended dinner at Soapy Smith's Pioneer restaurant so off we went to downtown Fairbanks. Whoa! NOT what we had expected.
A few Fairbanks facts:
Fairbanks is located just 200 miles south ...