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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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... happened to be the northern most Denny's, so we can cross that off our bucket list! After dinner, the Speers took us to see the Alaskan oil pipeline. There was an interesting little display on how it was built, and how the pipeline works. Todd and I decided to celebrate our anniversary with a couple of nights spent out of the RV at the Pioneer Inn Best Western. It was a really nice hotel located next to a pioneer village. We ...
... wilderness might present.
We turned west off Old Steens Highway about thirty miles north of Fairbanks. It was too early for the "old moon" or "waning crescent moon" to appear. We disembarked the van and were very happy to have our winter clothes as the temperature dropped to one degree fahrenheit. That equates to negative seventeen celsius!
I set up my tripod and asked Joyce for help ...
... charge at least a dollar or more. The lines for security are generally pretty quick. And, the staff is very nice. It’s serviced by United Express, Alaska, Allegiant, US Airways, Delta and American Airlines. The rural setting is a pleasant surprise when company arrives who have never been to Eugene. Just down the road from the airport are pastures, on both sides of the road, with wooly sheep . . .or as we like to call them, “lamb shanks.”
... on the side of the road. Approaching Fairbanks we passed the Knotty Shop with its interesting figures out front. The lure of free ice cream drew us in, but high prices kept us from buying anything.
Going through North Pole we, of course, had to stop. Here there is Christmas 365 days of the year. A large Santa keeps watch from the side of the road.
Tomorrow we will start the explore the area.
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was more than happy to observe these bears from a safe distance and from
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