Embassy Suites Anchorage
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEmbassy Suites Anchorage
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 …
What a day! We woke to rain, but a free breakfast at the Homewood Suites. Thankfully, they served early since we were up at 5 am Alaska time. (9 am est). We were up until 11 the night before (3 am est) so there could have been an earthquake and we would have never known it. After breakfast we loaded up the minivan rental and headed north into Palmer and Wasilla. The clouds lifted and the views were fantabulous. We drove Thatcher ...
... minimal loss of life here. Seward, where we are going tomorrow, was also devastated by this same earthquake.
On our way in to Anchorage, we stopped at The Musk Ox Farm. It was very interesting and informative. Musk oxen used to be native to Alaska, but were hunted to extinction here. In the 1950's a small herd of young musk oxen were imported from Greenland (it was quite a trip, but ...
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We started at cloudy Wasilla with no real plans so we drove to Eagle River Nature Center. We enjoyed the short trail that was near the bottom of the Chugach Mtns. There were many animal furs and bones for education in the visitors center. A pair of Trumpeter Swans flew over us. Quite a site. The wild flowers are beginning to bloom.
We lunched on peanut butter and made it to Fred Meyers were we got ...