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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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... for Anchorage so we plan to invite her for steak dinner tomorrow night.
We were unsuccessful in fixing the bolt. Sue rigged it so we can continue and we should be good until we figure out how to fix it permanent. Sue and I will do an oil change later tonight. Remember...it doesn't get dark around here! Enough for now.
Friday, 10 July 2015
The salmon dinner last night was excellent! I will buy some ...
... lake edge where the salmon were spawning and the bears were eating. One of our fellow passengers, a senior citizen from Beijing said "OK we go now" in the middle of bear viewing. The guide said it is a "bear viewing" trip, so we promptly dropped him off at the lodge and carried on without him. In all fairness, he was jet lagged, and in need of a bathroom. After that ...
... to walk through all of the decorated trees with ornaments from China and Taiwan begging to be bought at ridiculous prices. There were a few locally made items but I was not going to pay $35 for a fragile glass ornament and try to transport it 7,000 miles without getting smashed. They were beautiful though. Buddy enjoyed the 'we make your fudge while you wait' counter and Santa's throne. The throne, which he sat in, eating fudge, drinking a coke, ...
... by the race mechanic over the next three weeks. We sort gear and go to dinner at the Pumphouse, overlooking the Chena River in flood stage. Kathy arrives several hours later, and now the group is complete.
After being away from three weeks the fireworks tonight are not of the pyro-technic type. The constant daylight of Fairbanks makes the typical fireworks that define July 4th in the lower 48 pointless here.
... and the stars were amazing. It sounds a bit strange but we are all thankful for those who have to get up during the night due to the call of nature. Because of this phenomenon we awoke to a loud knock on our bedroom door at 2 AM with the Aurora "howl" from Tom. We jumped out of bed threw on warm clothes and went outside to see an amazing display of green and purple. By the way there are few thing ...