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... came around, it was still raining. The road reports started coming in with numerous closings and accidents. I contacted Tracey in Delta Junction as this was our day to venture out and see another area of Alaska while looking for clear skies. Delta was socked in and even school was closed. Our trip was hopeless. No cabins and no dog sleds. We were better off here and safe.
We spent the ...
... go for a bit of an explore. I asked for a map (which was useless, he might as well had said "sniff your way back") and set off. The first few steps outside were actually a bit of a shock. The cold hit me and the first minute i definitely felt my lungs had to adjust. Now here's a shocker for you... i got lost. After about 30 minutes i couldn't really feel it when i poked my legs so i decided to ask for directions. Fairbanks ...
... everything in the box, so that for 'souvenir clothes' I had to write eg 1 t-shirt & the value, 1 hat & value etc etc - this was going to take me ages so I went out & told Walt not to wait for me. After completing all the customs forms the post office staff member had to type it all into the computer & print out labels corresponding to each form. Unfortunately the printer wasn't working properly & she ...
... stuffed game animals, totem poles, native tools and boats. In other parts of the museum there are exhibits of famous Alaskans who influenced the culture, technology and politics of the territory and the state. Upstairs there is a gallery where Alaskan artists display their works. From the upstairs window there is a panoramic view of the untamed landscape with mountains and plains.
After exploring the museum, a good follow-up expedition would be ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBridgewater Hotel Fairbanks
This hotel is in a good location for easy access to the local shops and many good restaurants. The rooms are comfortable and the breakfast good value for money. We were greeted with home-made lemonade and cookies on arrival which was a nice, personal touch.
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