Chelsea Inn Hotel
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... in the museum. We continually marvelled at how these pilots coped with weather of snow, ice, etc, in the early planes in the 20s and 30s. The museum overlooked Lake Hood, the busiest sea plane airport in the world. The reconstructed control tower had a live feed commentary of landing sea planes. Then off to the Anchorage Zoo. Lots to see - polar bears, brown bears and black bears, Lynx, foxes, Dall sheep and mountain goats; ...
... pics do them justice.
So after almost a week of living in hostels and getting fatter and lazier, tomorrow's the day! Nelson's all ready... I'm getting packed... no more excuses... we head out of Anchorage for Whittier tomorrow. The show is on the road.
I hope that you can join me on this adventure by way of this blog and share this journey with me.Cheers for ...
... would send you high into the air. Sadly, we did not see a single animal the whole time we were at the park but we were able to pick up some ingredients for an amazing dinner. My mother made an amazing lemon pepper red salmon steaks some giant moose were also on the road. I wanted to perfect my fire making skills so I decided to make another fire entirely on my own, it was a great fire and burned for 3 hours before we put it ...
... the wait was going to be and hour and a half so we all went to Uncle Joe's Pizzeria instead. Pizza was good and visiting with everyone was better. After dinner it was so beautiful out that the boys, Steve and I decided to go up to Flattop. We just love it up there. There were quite a few people and we met a couple from Rochester, NH and a small group of people from Wales who live one town over from where I was when I did ...
... 8.6 miles to the US gallon). The total cost came to A$1267 or $253 per day, but it allowed us the freedom to not have to plan accommodation in advance, and to stay in camping grounds that cost between $12 and $24 per night.
The presentation was a bit like the disclaimers and side effect statements seen on medication ads on US television - a list of disaster scenarios. A lot of it concerned the relative size and overhangs compared with the average US vehicle, a lot ...