Anchorage Uptown Suites
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Left Adak Raining and low Temps wet and Cold Is not not exactly my preference of Weather I do not know how this People can live in a place like this , if they have 30 Day's of Sunshine a year they are Lucky ... Most the time it rains and is Overcast. The first 600 miles of the 1098 to Anchorage where difficult trying to find a sweet spot with no …
... treated to a delicious brunch prepared by the lodge keeper. Upon returning to Anchorage, My girlfriend and I decided to branch off and explore downtown Anchorage; which consisted of 2-3 blocks of gift shops and restaurants; after spending the afternoon shopping and exploring, it was time to head to the airport and catch a flight back to Phoenix. It was sad to leave, but hopefully I will have another opportunity to visit this beautiful city.
... and parked on the lot!), I had a (big) glass of wine, looked at the beckoning waters nearby and got reckless……
(D) The familiar lilting voice comes bouncing into the hotel room on our last day in Alaska. Still groggy from a short nap, I was dragged semi-conscious down the street to a...a… seaplane?! Before I could even ask WTF I was unceremoniously pushed, pulled and hoisted into a teeny-tiny vehicle resting on the ...
... Alaska is twice the size of Texas and 1/5 the size of the rest of the USA. Being the least populated it has approx 1.2 persons per sq mile. Lots of extra room for everyone.
It has 100,000 glaciers, 1800 named island and 13 major volcanoes and not to forget the wonderful variety of wildlife.
We are certainly enjoying all of this.
... were similarly dressed in baggy tunics with fur boots and fur gloves. Their movements reminded me of hula dancing. A young man told short stories of their culture. He said that if a man wanted to marry a woman, he would work for her father, for free, until the father thought he could support a family. He said his uncle worked for seven years for the right to marry his aunt. Yep...that would cut down on the marriage rate. ...