Crowne Plaza Anchorage-Midtown
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... in North American, 38.9 feet. There is no tide pooling here and stories abound of people getting stuck in the silty mud and drowning when the tide comes in.
Point Woronzof was a fun experience. Planes landing at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport fly directly overhead, seemingly only feet above our heads. There was a steady stream of UPS and other cargo planes landing while we were there. Of course there was ...
... by a fair bit, so have to get the levelling chocks out and use them two-high, counter to the instruction book which demands a chock under each of the four wheels. The chocks are nicely centred on the back outside tyres, so we give it a go, and find we have the allowable half-bubble off level. Because we will have an early start from the Wilderness Access Centre in the morning, we decide to walk to it and time our walk. Find a gravelled path through to the first loop, and ...
... After leaving the airport, the town ahead really did not charm at all. It is totally devoid of any character whatsoever. It makes Canberra look like New York City. It also resembles one of those post apocalyptic movies where a virus wipes out most of the population, and the only people left are tattooed women and men with goatees.
After finding our hotel which is located right behind the Alaska Railroad building, Ted and I decided to walk ...
... was in the dining car when the woman asked if I would have breakfast with her so I did. One of the servers (not waiters!), Daniel said that the Country Starter was the quintessential Southern American breakfast, I did point out to him that we were in Alaska & not the Southern States. I asked what a biscuit, as stated on the menu, was but he couldn’t really describe it apart from saying it was a 'floury thing’. As there were not many tables an Australian couple sat with ...
... 15 feet. Given this would take 10 years, businesses wanted to rebuild immediately planners let them build but they would raise the streets around them. This led To higher streets and buildings that needed a door on both levels. When the streets were complete instead of filling in the old sidewalks planners just built over them leaving a series of tunnels along all streets. Think of it as being like a waffle that had the 8ndetations ...