Alex Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> We spend the morning cleaning up and doing laundry, $1.25 each for wash and dry, three loads. After a quick lunch we head for the Alaska Cache Across America located at Reflection Lake, a part of the Palmer Hay Flats State Game Refuge about 25 miles back up Glenn Highway. We actually passed it on the way here. It also has other caches located there. We find all but one which we couldn't access because of recent rain. The ...
... need a nap after the big lunch, so Susan takes one! We are now in Seattle waiting for our 10:30 pm flight to Atlanta where we will get our last flight to Nashville. We are scheduled to arrive after 8 am. Airport food is not conducive to good health. Unusual for us that we have not had any incidents in the airport YET! The flights are full. I hope to get a little sleep. We just saw the photos of our nephews Gene and Michael on ...
... harsh weather causes. Back to hotel, with a different cab driver! Walked a few blocks from the hotel to a small lake, Lake Hood. It's an aero.....something. A seaplane base. There are little gated yards all around the lake, and inside each yard is a seaplane, and a tiny shed - tools and storage I guess. There was also is a hotel on the lake there that is the Iditerod headquarters. Next, we catch a bus to Seward to board the cruise ...
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... thru Ester, but little to see as we noticed before. The creek I was probably Goldstream
For the first 30 mi or so we went thru gently rolling hills, smooth ride, lots of fairly short trees (blue spruce and the sad-looking black spruce, birch, alder, cottonwood, tamarak). Most lose their leaves/needles in winter. As we gained a little altitude, it’s clear that fall has started - - birches and cranberry bushes are turning gold and red. Other low-lying shrubs ...