Comfort Suites Anchorage International Airport
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... four of you seem to have seen it. We've been away almost five months now, Nigel has his fish to talk to as well as me, I have only Nigel and you so please, please drop me a line, I really do love hearing from you even if it's only a mention of the weather, your own holidays, the ache in your left leg or your views on Scottish devolution.
... a couple of seasons fishing. He found the tourist industry a lot easier than fishing, although he missed the excitement a bit.
It is a hell of a long way to Great Alaska Holidays, and he has to call the office to make sure we are on the right track, but he was right with his first guess, and we make it OK. We can’t speak too highly of the Bent Prop Inn. It was a bit unusual in the fact that there were a number of locals living there as well, and most seemed ...
... hit a permafrost roll in the road that almost sent us airborne. I think he's still waiting for his stomach to catch up to him!
Elizabeth's place is fantastic. It's in a nice neighborhood and she has lots of room, which means that we were able to get everything in without issue. I'll have to get some pictures to include in a future blog as the only picture we've taken since we got here was one showing us with Elizabeth and the ...
... potholes-turned-lakes from the Center. Had some delicious potroast soup. JK and I had dinner at home that night...Bon and Jerry ate at 5-Chairs after a hike. Saturday we set off early for Denali. Had lunch at the Wildflower Cafe in Talkeetna...simply wonderful salmon fish and chips for me. Got brief glimpses of snow-covered Mt. McKinley through the clouds as we drove on up to Denali. We arrived at around 5:30 at our McKinley Chalet Resort and ...
... tea, coffee, hot chocolate & soft drinks. I, therefore, decided that it would be worth paying the extra US$100 to get better views & photos, as it’s most unlikely that I will ever do the journey again.
I was seated next to an older American lady, Diana, who appeared she thought she knew everything & wouldn’t stop talking, although I didn’t realise this at first as I just thought she was friendly. Soon after the train left I went to explore a ...