Talkeetna Alaska Hostel International
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTalkeetna Alaska Hostel International
Cozy "home" like Hostel. We stayed in a bunk room which had 2 bunk beds in it. There is one other guy (his name is Keith too) staying in our room tonight. The place is clean and well kept. They provide clean sheets blankets and pillows as well as towel. The price is $26 per night and I believe it is well worth it. I would stay here again.
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So today I am posting twice. I found that posting in the morning takes a big chunk of time and causes me to get a late start, so in the hopes of getting an earlier start in the morning, I am posting at night to see how that goes. Also it should make more sense since I am posting the details that actually happened during that day.
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... grab a sandwich, a cache or two and go through some shops. Sue buys a denim shirt but I resist the temptation. We have lunch at Shirley's Burger Barn which was recommended by the Air Taxi people. It is a good sandwich and also gives us an opportunity to try their Fireweed ice cream. They assure us it is flavored with the wild flower we see everywhere. It is quite good and has that purple color from the flower. (I also see ...
... us to the next town where he came from to check the air in the tire before we went on. Other than that it was an uneventful trip of 100 miles.
We are usually in Canada for Neva's birthday but this year she got lucky and she is in Alaska. Her birthday was yesterday the 23rd. Went on a four hr boat trip and then out to supper. Had to hunt awhile for a place first one was no longer in business, the second ...
... one didn't and accommodated our wishes so off we walked.
The market was quite large, touted as Alaska's largest and might mostly exist because of the cruise ship industry. For sure there were a lot of cruisers evident in the market. Denis purchased a couple items that he would subsequently feel he was screwed on which supports the thought this is more a tourist attraction than a ...
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