Comfort Suites Anchorage International Airport
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... on Sunday and made the flawless trip home- Anchorage to Wellfleet in 14 hours, arriving home at 3:30am local time.
Sad that this awesome, fabulous, magnificent vacation and explore is over. But also glad to be home and looking forward to summer's activities on the Cape.
... on : no standing in the moving bus, seat belts on at all times the bus is moving, windows down before we move in closer on a wildlife sighting, all body parts and cameras inside the bus, no standing in the stairwell, we are allowed to shout "Stop!" for a wildlife sighting, give directions in a normal voice, then only necessary whispers, no approaching into the animal's comfort zone (300 yards for bears), camera sound effects set on quiet or mute, keeping the volume down ...
... br> Returning back to Creekwood Inn, we spent the rest of the day sorting, cleaning & repacking everything, then had a farewell bbq in the sunshine.
Day 23 Homeward bound 12th Sept
The RV had to be delivered to Great Alaskan Holidays in the morning, which we did regretfully, then were shuttled to the airport. This sits in a beautiful setting, very close to the Chugach Mountains but only ...
... a winter you are one thing (mind not working so I'll tell you that later), but if you have been here for several years you are a "Sourdough"!
Coach wasn't ready until 4:30 today so we wasted a lot of time waiting for it. Not so much fun when you only have a limited time in an area.
Off to Danali tomorrow and I am very excited about seeing that...weather...PLEASE??????
... of the day at the Anchorage museum, which is a very nice museum. I was glad we went at the end of the trip, because much of the art depicts places we’ve now been, and many of the other exhibits pertain to things we’ve heard about—the Tlingit, the Russian era, and so on. The exhibits are somewhat out of date—the Exxon Valdez incident, for example, is described as having occurred 10 years ago, but we enjoyed ...