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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpine Lodge Fairbanks
We stayed here for just one night for its proximity to the Discovery River boat. The property is relatively new and well kept. The rooms are large and the beds comfy, but it seems like they are trying to cuts corners with amenities, like small towels and the bathroom accessories. Also, the continental breakfast was an extra $5 charge - not a big deal except that the rooms were on the pricey side.
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Theneutronchef stayed here on Mar 21, 2014 during their trip titled: Adventures with theneutronchef!.
... Beaufort Sea to Valdez on the Pacific Ocean. It crosses about 500 rivers or streams and three mountain ranges. It cost $8 billion in 1977!!
The next stop was the University of Alaska, Museum of the North. We had a commanding view of the countryside and all the way to the snow covered mountain range in the distance right from the entrance. We could even see Mt McKinley which apparently is usually covered in fog. The displays inside ...
... Chena hot springs ...
... to harness their dogs and get to the start line. Because these are sprint races the dogs are bred and trained differently than they would be for an endurance race like the Iditarod. They are mostly German Shorthairs and other faster breeds crossed with huskies to help them with hardiness. All I can say is that these dogs love to run. They would be mellow dogs until you got near them with a harness or sled and ...
... it on the lauch pad through the trees all lit up when we drove by. That would have been a cool sight. This aurora must not have met the protocol.
A brief stop on Cleary Summit on the way home revealed 4 buses! Spewing exhaust that hung in the air with parking lights illuminating on every snowbank in every picture. Skiland had to be a zoo of Japanese tourists. But how lucky for them, many that had already ...