Mountain Sky Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Valdez
... into town for dinner. Decided on a place along the harbor called, "The Fat Mermaid" ~ thought it was a CD playing "somewhere over the rainbow" but when we walked in, saw that it was an actual Hawaiian man. He was great & I bought his CD & a "fat mermaid" t-shirt. After dinner I returned to the harbor to take photos, Valdez is such a beautiful small town referred to as "Little Switzerland". And unfortunately known for the 1989 oil spill.
Happy 8th Birthday to our sweet Grand-Daughter Lucy today!! Left Glennallen this morning in a light rain, heading for Valdez. What a beautiful drive this would be on a clear day. Did see some pretty sights along the route, Some snow on the mountain side, and an interesting cave area by a stream. Worthington Glacier was visible. Rain had let up when we got to Thompson Pass, elevation-2,678ft. The National Climatic ...
... Park, spent some time in the cultural centre and the visitors centre itself, and then walked one of the circuit trails down to the nearby river. Poor Rachel swatted a couple of mosquitoes, freaked out when there was a bit of blood, and trotted off down the track in a rather futile attempt to outrun the swarm following her.
Back in the car we headed further south, stopping at lots of the lookouts, especially the one overlooking the Copper River near Mt ...
Upon completing this mission of the day, we headed to Valdez (90 miles from where we were) and hit spectacular scenery. If it hadn’t been for my stopping at every beautiful area that we observed, we could have made that drive in half the time! On our way out later I had to keep myself from continuing to do that or we would never have made it to our campsite. It is impossible ...
... one warm up on an iceberg"??) before getting back in the water to swim to the shore again. There were beautiful mirror images of the surrounding mountains in the lake, it really was stunning. Tanya said I just had to go for a paddle, I agreed as I wanted to although at the same time I dreaded the cold water. Tanya told me not to touch the water whilst I was taking my shoes & socks off as she wanted my full reaction when I walked into the lake. The water was soooo cold, ...