Anchorage City Limits Lofts
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The hotel has seen better days, but is quite sufficent as a stop over. Its big advantage is its central location.
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... 25 per night); 3) it is very close to where Daniel works and the Rotary club HQ. 4) I talked to the owner, Don Luis, and he seems very friendly and accommodating; 5) Daniel visited the hotel and he said it was very comfortable, clean and he knew Don Luis since Don Luis used to be his father's classmate; 6) and of course...it has A/C, free WIFI, laundry, breakfast, private bathroom and cable TV...what more do I want for $25 bucks a night!
We arrived at LAX on schedule we had a 1hr 50 min layover. I booked both flights thru Delta, but apparently the flight from LAX to ANC is Alaska Airlines, so it didn't show on Delta Boards. We were grateful that the flight attendant of the first flight actually came thru that cabin and offered gate info. At LAX Alaska Air flies out of terminal 6. When we asked the gate agent how to get there he seemed puzzled and sounded like he told us to go outside?? Fortunately there was a ...
Tea tonight was at the Snow Goose. I tried a cocktail called a Snow Dog and wished I hadn't – it was Kahlua, vodka, root beer and cream. Not the best. Stephen tried a local beer and couldn’t finish it. The food was nice however and made up for the drinks.,
On our return to our hotel the manager asked us our room number and when we said 307 he said he had a bag for us. Yay!! My bag had returned. I was ...
As I look out the window we are just over an hour from arriving in Anchorage. The scenery has been beautiful crossing over the snow covered Canadian Rockies. It's a five hour flight from Minneapolis, today. I say that because my seat mate is a physician that resides in Anchorage and he explained the tailwind/headwinds can impact this 2,300 mile ...
... and now there are 5200 wild musk ox in Alaska. The musk oxen at the farm are raised for their fur, called qiviut. It is very soft, strong, and warm, and costs $100 for an ounce of yarn!! The fur from these oxen is sold at a very discounted price to a few native Alaskan tribes, who knit it into garments to sell. Needless to say, none of us bought any of the items. They sure are soft and beautiful ...