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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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After a morning of catching up with domestic duties and checking out the department stores I checked out of the hotel without a firm plan of where to go next. I was originally going to head north to the Arctic Circle but that would require a round trip of 800km's to take a photo of a sign and then return on the same road again. The trip to the Arctic Circle would also require travel on the all dirt ...
... a snow covered runway. The landing was as smooth as any I can recall. After unloading all the cargo, we picked up four more passengers who were heading back to Fairbanks after the run up to Betlles. Bettles has another snow covered runway but this time we made a straight in approach to anothr smooth landing. Tressa, from Bettles lodge, met us at the plane and took us back for our orientation to the place. We are in the Historic Lodge instead of the modern ...
... She is commissioned for quilts and has people all over the place that save the bags for her. The details in these quilts are remarkable.
We never knew that Crown Royal quilts were a thing but if you Google it, there are patterns and quite the following for this concept. Debbie must obviously have a lot of friends that booze it up because she's stockpiled almost a thousand bags for future projects! Crown must also be a big thing ...
... Nationals lived in time gone by, today's generation are running this model and have learnt skills from their elders. One girl modelled a parka or coat that has been made from moose, wolverine, wolf and other. It takes 6 1/2 months, eight hours a day to make the parka and today's value if you wish to purchase it's worth $15000. We saw the traditional camps, canoes, food safes, and all sorts of furs for traditional use. Again, the ...