Crowne Plaza Anchorage-Midtown
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... silver salmon, on their relatively short, seven mile journey from Resurrection Bay.
Our last stop on the Kenai was Hope, which I'd looked across to as we started our journey along the Seward Highway over two weeks earlier, while Nigel was struggling with and cursing the heavy traffic. Driving this side of ...
... back from going the long way around.
Before going back to the Bent Prop Inn hostel, we find Humpy's Bar, take seats at the bar and settle in for a drink and a meal. Dianne tried the house White Zinfandel, which comes in a rich pink colour, Murray the Alaska White Beer, amber colour with a slight cloudiness. Both were acceptable and we progressed to the food menu, starting with a large chicken Caesar and a cup of salmon chowder, but on advice from the couple on the ...
Turned in the motorhome today. Talked the family out of buying one and driving home. Sad day. Relaxed at Dale's friends house had a good dinner and flew home leaving at 10:30pm Alaska time and arriving in Denver around 5am on Friday morning. GREAT TRIP would recommend to anyone who likes to see the world from a vehicle and does not get carsick. Should provide Johann some good stories to take home to Germany The moose picture was telling us good bye from the ...
... a 11:30 ride. It was WONDERFUL! The musher, Spencer, was excellent in explaining all the details and intricacies of these powerful dogs, their training, feeding, etc. We saw where they lived and saw them very excitedly waiting their turn to pull a ride. We were loaded on a comfortable wheeled cart with 16 wildly enthusiastic dogs raring to pull us. One so excited when hooked up she just simply jumped up and down! They were so in tune with Spencer, just a soft Haw, ...
... amp; history of flight in Alaska exhibits. Alaska is still a frontier, necessarily dependent on air travel for connection & livelihoods. Also, a lot of modern Alaskan art work made with materials from the "wild" with a modern aesthetic. Really like the Smithsonian displays of the major tribes in Alaska & their art & artifacts as well as video of their modern mission to reclaim their ...