Extended Stay America - Anchorage - Midtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ride home and by the time we drove the RV home it was 1900.. so we are both trying to sort through the hundreds of photos and type this up before bed..
Tomorrow Kaff has her tour and I am going to Gas up then hang out at the shops..I found a "Chuck E Cheese" which I haven't had before so I may go there after the shops. We are also catching up with some people who are friends of a friend who we met on the train so should be ...
... a sweetie and Graham and Merri are great parents. We've enjoyed a weekend here seeing downtown Anchorage, hiking in a park and just visiting and cuddling Teddy. After almost 2 months without seeing a familiar face it is so great to be with family! We will be back here with them next weekend but we'll spend this week camping near Hatcher Pass and/or Eklutna Lake.
Enjoy the pics!
Carrie & ...
Monday - We were able to take a glacier cruise around Prince William Sound. We left out of Whittier. It was really cloudy but we had a great time.
Tuesday - We went to the Alaska Aviation Museum and the Moose's Tooth Brew Pub today.
Today was our last day at Denali National Park. We woke up at eight and checked out of our rooms between 8:45 and 9:00 am. We ate breakfast and headed back into Denali National Park. At the entrance we stopped for group photos. At the visitors center we walked around and looked at the exhibits and then went into the theatre to watch a photographic video of Denali National Park. From there we went to ...
... valley with tundra-like plants such as high-bush blueberries that are beginning to turn color and short spruce trees. Blueberry season has begun, popular with both Alaskans and bears. The onboard guide said that it snowed here the other day; winter is really coming on quickly.
Now we’re passing over the 912-ft Hurricane bridge (we are ~166 miles from Anchorage). It was constructed in 1921 (and, we were assured, is checked carefully after every earthquake). It ...