Caribou Lodge Alaska
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... He was told that that is what The Roadhouse is; you put in your order and it is at least an hour before the food comes. So we waited. Food finally came and it was good - especially the reindeer sausage, but I am not so sure I'd go back..... We then walked down to the Susitna River and skipped rocks and walked a bit. Then back through town. We stopped at one of the flight seeing places and asked about a flight around Denali. "Yes, ...
As we left Denali the clouds parted the fog lifted and there was Mt McKinley/Denali. The local Alaskanas call the mountain Denali. It is the Native American Indians, the Athabascans name for itBreathtaking and now we are part of the lucky 30% who saw it. Stayed at Mat-Su Park with a beautiful site for us, right on a big grassy area with a fire pit. Some ...
... overcomes me as we bank to circle and head home. Such beauty is rare, and to share this with two friends and my wife Carolyn is a memory I will cherish.
We land back at Talkeetna and spring off the plane, although we joked of getting out and kissing the ground to spoof Tammy and Kathy who are waiting there on the tarmac.
We walk from the airport to the town, a walk of 4 minutes. We walk through town and return to the ...
Unlike Yellowstone which allows private vehicles to be driven within the park, Private vehicles are generally prohibited beyond the 13 mile marker of Park road which runs through the centre of the park. If you are camping at the Teklanika Camp ground (mile 29) you can drive your vehicle there, but it must remain parked until you drive back out. So instead of driving your own car through the park ...
... a family restaurant called 2030, where we had dinner (George had one of his favourite seafood chowders), a couple of bars and food to go outlet, and typical of the Princess Cruise ships - a well stocked gift shop.
The key feature of the Mt McKinley Princess Lodge is the absolutely magnificent views of Mt McKinley. Standing 22300 metres above sea level, it looked so close but we were 70 miles away. All the way across the front of the ...