BEST WESTERN PLUS Chena River Lodge
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On Friday our flight to Fairbanks did not leave Gustavus until around 5:30 PM so we did a little more hiking near the lodge on the Tlingit and Bartlett River Trails. These trails combined were only about 6 miles total round trip from the lodge and involved very little elevation gain. The Tlingit trail followed the shore of Bartlett Cove for about a …
Constant rain. 12C
It was a small number leaving today - just seven of us plus one worker. We had breakfast at 5:30 after having our bags outside our cabins at 5:20 and were ready to leave at 6:10. This time we weren't relegated to the back of the bus. In fact we were each able to have a window seat and switch from side to side as necessary. …
... towards museums. The Alaska modern art was a bit 'eh', but I really enjoyed all the historical exhibits and got some great new ideas for winter lounge wear around the house. Sorry Snuggie.
In what would forever more be one of those "remember when" moments, we decided to get some food on our way out of town and ultimately opted for a rotisserie chicken as we completed our grocery shopping. It takes skill and not a small amount ...
... br> At least 10 chartered 350-passenger Japanese Air Lines 747s were expected to arrive at Fairbanks International Airport this winter season, carrying groups from Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya. Another 3,500 or so Japanese tourists were forecast to arrive this season on weekly commercial flights.
The distance to Fairbanks is farther than it looks on the map. This plane wasn't nearly as well equipped as the Air New Zealand flight we were on in January. That one ...
We left home for Fairbanks at 12:30PM and arrived at 7:30PM Fairbanks time (10:30 Chicago Time). At the one baggage claim, we were about the last people to get our bags. The bags came out in fits and starts, about 5-8 at a time. We guessed that Fairbanks had only one baggage cart and handler.
As we offloaded our bags from the carousel, Dave spotted a man with the Nat Geo sign walking out the door to the parking ...