Alex Hotel & Suites
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... away the thin clouds and presented us with a beautiful backdrop of azure sky. The sound of cameras clicking away at the scenic beauty was ever astounding.
Back down to Spencer – To pick up passengers who did the Spencer Glacier Rail & Trail.
Back down to Portage – Here we were met by three very modern “Premier Alaska Tour” motor coaches for the one hour drive back to the Statendam. ...
... were leaving the parking lot in our tour bus. Our cruise ship docked in Whittier but our flight was out of Anchorage so we had to determine the best way to first of all get to the airport but second of all occupy ourselves until our 11 PM flight. The tour accomplished both nicely. Our tour consisted of a stop at the Portage Glacier Center near Whittier, a visit to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, and a stop at the Alyeska Ski Resort so we could ride ...
... workers sharpened and polished the blade, and then the wooden handle is attached. Very cool. At another stop I saw a movie about the 1964 earthquake that hit Alaska, a 9.2 that lasted 4 minutes and created a devastating tsunami. I really had no idea about that whole event!
Annie has been great serving me all sorts of "real" Alaskan foods- Caribou breakfast sausage, Musk Ox burgers (yum!) and caribou chilli. I had Alaskan seafood chowder for lunch- another delicious ...
... grande meals both crunchy; you want what?; Two grande meals both crunchy; one grande meal, crunchy or soft tacos?... Read Sheryl M's review here: http://www.yelp.com/biz/taco-bell-soldo tna)-and in the very dim light we quickly set up camp on the beach as it started to drizzle. We zipped up the tent just in time to listen to the rain patter on the canvas. Poor Dawson was restless all night and we had to be up to catch the water taxi at 8 am, so no one slept well.
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... when the view of Mother nature from the Tony Knowles coastal trail from this area is so mich more impressive! Spent some time gaping at in let's body of water & distant Mount Susitna. I've added some aerial photos of the area from my 1st landing into Anchorage revealing the hard, steel-grey beauty of Cook's Inlet.
Wound our way back to the hotel. Had dinner, watched TV, and went to bed.