Crowne Plaza Anchorage-Midtown
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... as i went to bed i though to my self what if i sleep in tomorrow.
On this walk it was the most coolest sound you could have ever heard the beards and the river with the odd bear call in the back round. We arrived at the water fall and the bears where there caching there food. what an amazing sight it was and how lucky they are to have that. ...
... raining, and not obvious how long the trek is, so we give it a miss.
We see a strange little two storey house beside the road, miles from anywhere with a sweeping view across to the Deborah and Hess mountains and the Susitna River valley. Later along the Susitna River, we see snowy mountains obscured by rain and snow clouds, a frontier outpost doubling as a camping area, and get good views of the Susitna River before we drop down to cross the long, vertically ...
... car was directly in front of us. The trip last year surprised us with very good food and excellent service. So we bragged it up.
I'm afraid staying up until the wee hours of the night had finally caught up to me and I snoozed a bit. After all it was still dark until almost 10:30AM. At lunch time we all made our way to the dining car. We got there just minutes before a Japanese tour group filled ...
... guide fortunately gave us plenty of time on our own to let us soak it in and try to process it. When he whipped out sandwiches and we had lunch as that as our backdrop, that took the cake. On the ride back it started to gently rain. We were well equipped with the rental gear and actually the rain added to the ambience. I'm glad the weather held most of the day and that we had a clear. Dry view of the glacier, but for the way back the rain was a great touch. ...
... been moderate homes and sparkly populated. On our tour we stopped at the Ulu Factory to see their knives; then to the Berry Store, where they have the largest chocolate fountain in the world; then to a small museum with a nice over view of Alaska and we had a nice family style dinner at a place called Sourdough Bar-b-que. It was very nice. After the bus trip, we called the RV place only to find out that they ...