Jason's International Youth Hostel - Midtown
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... walk up to the foot of the glacier. We then spent the afternoon in Seward. There isn't a lot to do so we just wandered about, having a quick look in the Sea Life Centre (they get everywhere), looking in the shops (everything is tourist tat made in China) and watching the fishermen gut their fish on the docks (more interesting than it sounds!). It is then time to take the train back to Anchorage. After a week of isolation and near silence (apart from Ethan) it is ...
... level the vehicle before operating the gas fridge is emphasised, but all they give you to level it are four 6x2 chocks 50 cm long, with beveled ends. The demonstration shows using two of these stacked under a tire to get the height, but when you actually use them, they say the rear tyres need a chock under each tyre. They also advise getting professional help to repair a tyre. We don't know if this also means changing a tyre, as they generally put the wheels on with an ...
Almost goodbye to Alaska. The Wilderness Express journey back to Anchorage today. This time travelling higher than the Highway. Fairbanks is very dry in the summer and Anchorage is very wet. Such a contrast. Relaxing journey.....breakfast, lunch and dinner were served on the train. Dining car downstairs and we were surrounded by glass,so once again always on the lookout for wildlife, unless you were reading or sleeping! A ...
... typical log-cabined bar-restaurant with moose antlers proudly displayed. At Fairbanks we got settled into our Best Western and proceeded downtown to the Visitor's Center. Another absolutely wonderful and educational display of Alaskan history and heritage. Drove up to see the Alaskan Pipeline. Educational. We actually viewed the pipeline on Tuesday as we made the long 500 mile trek back. It snaked along over and under ground. Quite ...
... times as many aircraft per capita than the rest of the USA.
After leaving Lake Hood behind I rode back through a residential area before reaching the coastal trail for the final leg into Anchorage. I had no idea of the time so asked 2 policeman who looked as though they were 'interviewing' a few young people, it was 10.45pm & there were still plenty of people walking along the trail, including some with children. It appears that people stay up later here, ...
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