Courtyard Anchorage Airport
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... he afternoon. By the time we finished the lunch, it was 4-5pm and only few hours left for museum closure. So changed our plan to Anchorage Zoo, to make sure that we see bears at least in the zoo, so that we can make technically right statements (We saw bears in Alaska !) even if we don’t get to see any wildlife during the rest of the trip :) A good 30-minute ride gave kids a time for a nap. The zoo was not crowded and wondered, we were having ...
... by members of the still existing native cultures in Alaska. Tours and programs are all given by people who still practice the culture of their ancestors, for many English is their second language. It was incredible to see. From there we went to the zoo (Val's goal is to go to certain zoos around the world) and got to see the animals a little closer. We spent quite a while watching the baby seal play. The Long Journey Home After a wonderful two weeks, it ...
... and they all went into a pasta dish and were yummy too.
But we didn't live completely off the land while in Hope. We just had to sample a piece of coconut cream pie from the DIscovery Cafe. SUPERB!!
While in Hope, a phone call from Evan and Linda delivered the welcome news of their official engagement! Here Here!! Cheers! Congratulations! Our family is expanding!
Tucking Hope away in our hearts, we left our ...
... br> Needless to say we both had a death grip on our sleds as we first felt the accelerating power of a team of seven fit dogs. We passed our training day with flying colours (Ilse fell off only once). On Day 2, each at the helm of our own team, we set off on our 3 day wilderness trek into the back country of the world famous Denali National Park. Our destination was a tiny wooden cabin some 30 miles out across the frozen Savage and Teklanika Rivers. Lunch breaks were ...
... the bore tide roll in if you time it right. To your left are the 7 glaciers that Girdwood and Alyeska are known for. Mountains are everywhere. Our tram driver was telling us he skis down the 2,200ft slope in 4 minutes which is equivalent to 75 miles an hour. I would NEVER ski down from the top! We came back down and were taken to our 2 story penthouse suite! The views from the master bedroom are spectacular. Finally reaping the rewards of ...