Crowne Plaza Anchorage-Midtown
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... friend just got booted from Last Comic Standing (some TV show I don’t know about since I don’t have cable), and that with all the time off and great benefits I should really consider switching to the Entertainment Department.
I got settled into my room (no roommate!), updated friends and family online about my still being alive and about my surprising lack of cell service, and headed down to the hotel restaurant for dinner. I was seated directly ...
... are in the process of moulting their under-fur, which is reputed to be an excellent insulating fibre, and is collected and spun and woven into exceedingly high priced artefacts, sold in a cottage shop near our hostel in Anchorage.
We get better photos of the black bear when he emerges from the scrub, walk back to the moose, then check out the porcupine, caribou, Sitka black-tailed deer, baby musk oxen, lynx, horned owl and fox, and a striking russet-chested ...
... Alaska's history such as its discovery, the US buying them from russia, the hunting periods, the gold rush, the railroad system, the war efforts in WW2, becoming a state of the USA, the telecommunication developments and the pipeline. Quite a rich and interesting history. We then went to an exhibition about the different native tribes of Alaska. Ro and i decided we wanted to get some fresh air and some physical activity so we left the olds ...
... up to 10-feet high. It is a rush of seawater that returns to a shallow and narrowing inlet from a broad bay. Bore tides come in after extreme minus low tides created by the full or new moon. Every summer, surfers flock to Turnagain Arm to ride the bore tide.
We were advised to watch out for Dall sheep, bald eagles and beluga whales but we didn't see anything. The scenery was breathtaking with the Chugach and ...
... hello Anchorage. We started in downtown Anchorage with a trolley tour. Learned all about the history of Anchorage and the big earthquake in 1964. If you don't want a short history lesson on the quake, skip the next paragraph. Ended the afternoon in Anchorage at the Alaskan Museum. We only did one floor -- the one on first nations people and the history line of Alaska. Good museum -- complemented our reading of ...