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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!.
... her and there but for the most part and wonderful clear sky. It didn't take long for the first little storm to appear. Much to our amazement, I counted 7 different substorms containing corona shot. The burst of aurora straight overhead that looks like a starburst. Incredible night shooting!
Hundreds of images later, and well into the early morning, we made our way back to the lodge. The. Best. Night. Ever!
... 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, ...
... had been moved to the park from different locations around Fairbanks. In the museum there were dioramas of different ways that gold was mined. There was also a River boat with dioramas of all the towns where the River boat used to stop, train museum and Alaska Native museum. In one of the houses you could get great softie ice cream. Since it was raining, we pretty much had the park to ourselves.
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... is "Whoa". * Quinzee (pronounced quincy) has nothing to do with places of a similar sounding name in the lower 48. It is sort of an inverse igloo where you dig out the interior rather than pile up blocks to make the enclosure. * We met Doug, an Athabascan native, whose snow machine had snapped a tread on a trail about 10 miles from Bettles. He had been walking for maybe 5 miles when the night sled dog excursion met him walkiing along with his rifle. ...