Crowne Plaza Anchorage-Midtown
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... 25 per night); 3) it is very close to where Daniel works and the Rotary club HQ. 4) I talked to the owner, Don Luis, and he seems very friendly and accommodating; 5) Daniel visited the hotel and he said it was very comfortable, clean and he knew Don Luis since Don Luis used to be his father's classmate; 6) and of course...it has A/C, free WIFI, laundry, breakfast, private bathroom and cable TV...what more do I want for $25 bucks a night!
... bugged me was that she kept looking at an old flip phone thru out the flight. I had a flip phone about 9 yrs ago, at least this one had a digital screen. Her messing with the phone really made me nervous. Had she been a 20-40 yo ethnic man I would have called security. Fortunately all 3 of us got to snooze a bit. That brings up my other beef with the lady, she woke me up twice. First b/c she had to use the restroom, understandable. The second time she elbowed me and didn't say she was ...
... the effects of the quake. It was a 9.2 on March 27th 1964 (Good Friday) and it lasted for 4 minutes and 36 seconds. This would have seemed like an eternity.
After this tour we rechecked at the Hospitality Centre and still no news. L
We returned to the Federal Building so we could see the 5pm screening of "The day the earth shook". This was quite a good documentary about the earthquake. It had real footage ...
... at Paxton ~135 mi to the east (Paxton is where Randy and I ate lunch a few days ago and it is the site of one of the roadhouses where James Harris and his sons stopped on their winter journey from Valdez to Fairbanks.) The Nenana has gone on to the south and we’re following the Cantwell River now. It is a clearwater river and another of the many shallow, “braided streams” that I’ve seen in Alaska. Cantwell is the gateway to the Valdez Creek ...
... didn't make me bright and bushy tailed for picking Mike and Laura up from the airport at 6:30 a.m.
Mike and Laura fly in from Hawaii on the redeye and arrive at 6 a.m. We pick them up and they buy us breakfast at a near by diner. We do the walk through on Blue in the parking lot, hand them the keys, they hand us a check....I love it when a plan comes together.
The proud new owners and their faithful steed drop us off at the Guesthouse Inn ...