Aawesome Retreat Bed & Breakfast
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Anchorage was, frankly, just an average city with pretty average things... I was not really impressed, but I loved watching the fishing!
The salmon were running, so there were plenty of fishing to watch.
I especially appreciated (and inwardly laughed) when I saw all the "obvious" visitors all decked out ...
... the winter is tough. You go to work and stay home." Doesn't really sound appealing to any of us.
Back at the hotel, the boys take one last dip in the pool. They splash purely for the sake of splashing and maybe also to get Gramma, Christine riled up. Chris, Elizabeth and David soak in the hot tub. It's not nearly as nice as the last few nights looking out over green hillsides and snow capped peaks, but the water is hot. We sip wine and beer while we reminisce about our ...
... Industry. I guess it is all relative, but a bit of a disappointment. Lots of neat trains, planes, tractors, old cars, etc. all rusting away, mostly outside. Apparently, they have had funding and location difficulties for years, and it shows. Anyhow, we did the $5 Senior Tour, then headed back for MORE FOOD. Got to experience Rush Hour in Anchorage. 350,000 residents can generate a lot of traffic! To dinner ...
... The time read 1 c'clock and we where back at the bus. On the way back it seemed like it went so fast but tock 15 mins longer.
Walking into the hostel I just made it to the couch and fell asleep about 4 hours later i got up and cooked dinner. I scoffed dinner down as I watched a funny show. i forgot about the time and it was 10:30 as I looked at ...
... we squeezed in a trip to Moose's Tooth Pub to try their famous pizza and in house beer brewed by Broken Tooth Brewery. I'm so glad we did, they had the most creative pizza combinations and the ingredients were fresh. We got their Santa's Little Helper pizza, and it was off the charts. Paired with the beer and it made for an unexpected gem of a brunch! Before our dinner reservations at Simon and Seaforts we hit up the Whale Tail Bistro which may have been ...