Alex Hotel & Suites
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... just cracked..I wasn't drunk I swear! I didn't want the night to end quite yet so we headed to Crush for a flight of Riesling, which was of course great. So many options! So many places to see, I don't want to waste a minute. 2 days left until I'm back on my beautiful, secluded little island.
Favourite Dish: Elk Loin@ Crows Nest
Favourite Drink: Blood Orange Martini@Fletchers
We have a wildlife tour planned for today but ...
... to pack everything up, fill up the RV with gas, and make it back by our 1:30pm drop off time. We did make it back, and we did get our deposit back, minus a bit for extra mileage.
Next, we checked into the hotel. It was very refreshing to have a large room with very nice and unique hotel bathroom.
Then, Zach, Rob, and I went to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Along the way there, we really enjoyed the scenic views. On the way back, we saw many dall ...
... we started Winnie only had 9 miles on it!! What a fun 5000+ miles. We had rented a car so Ben and Henry went to the post office to mail 3 boxes each home. Then we ferried everyone to the Marriott Downtown Anchorage. Tricia and I were in the first group to get down town so we took off for the shopping district. Henry returned to Great Alaskan for Ben and our luggage and then met us at Sacks Cafe and ...
... of the Old Denali Highway, and mile 185.5 on the Ric******* Highway). Dianne was thinking of having one of the great burgers described in the Lonely Planet, but when we got there the shop had long closed. A quick look on the way through dispelled any thoughts of free wi-fi at the library, so we carried on along the river leading to Paxson Lake, where there is a campground with a waste dump station (mile 175).
Our electronic indicator panel tells us the black water ...
... branches of Orthodox Christianity. Nina is an electrical engineer from Khabarovsk, in the Russian Far East, who married the son of the village's founder and moved there in 1991. Nina, an out-sized personality, with a very strong entrepreneurial streak tries to keep the faith (and language) alive among the village children. As a side-line she peddles Russian souvenirs in her gift shop and a "Russian Experience", her home cooked food and ...