Embassy Suites Anchorage
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5 stars would have required bath robes, English tea and a better shuttle service into downtown,
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When we travel we try to have our first day be somewhat mellow. For our first day in Anchorage after enjoying the Embassy suites breakfast buffet the kids headed to the pool splash and play while Tom walked to watch the world cup with an old friend at the private Petroleum Club.
USA lost 2-1 to Belgium while the kids and Sue went to the …
... got to the airport easily and got checked through quickly, although I was randomly chosen to have my hands swiped for chemicals. The funny thing that happened is that I have become so dark from all the outdoors activities that when I returned to the seating area to find Daisy , she told me she thought she saw me and it was a black guy (LOL).
The plane took off around 20 minutes late which cut our layover time to four and a half hours ...
RODE A SEGWAY!! Started our day in Anchorage by spending two hours in Alaska Museum.. Really interesting. Had lunch at Glacier Brewhouse. Halibut and chips. Good. Drove out to botanical gardens then Back to motel for siesta. Back to museum for another hour then Segway. Easy to learn if you have good balance which we did. Rode the sidewalks of Anchorage for an hour. cool. Dinner at Humpy's. Halibut again but this time baked with horseradish crusted. Better than lunch. A good ...
We arrived in Anchorage on Sunday, and my friend Barb and her friend Anne joined us here. We have spent most of our time taking care of life's little necessities: picking up Barb's RV, restocking on groceries, getting the oil changed in the truck, and best of all, Dorothy and I got pedicures! We all felt a little "culture shock", getting back into a city, with actual traffic lights and traffic. Many ...
... and fossils of ancient hominines. She developed a system for classifying the stone tools found at Olduvai. She also discovered the Laetoli footprints. In 1960 she became director of excavation at Olduvai and subsequently took it over, building her own staff. After the death of her husband she became a leading palaeoanthropologist, helping to establish the Leakey tradition by training her son, Richard, in the ...