Extended Stay America - Anchorage - Midtown
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... met had recommended we go to the Anchorage Native Heritage Museum. They had both mentioned there is a shuttle bus there from the main Anchorage Museum. Fortunately, on the highway, we noticed a sign to the Heritage Museum before getting into Anchorage, so we followed the signs and found it. After discussing options with the young lady at the front desk, we decided to spend the rest of the ...
... it was a walk around the bay to the Earthquake Park memorial. Seems that the district was built over a clay sub layer, and when the earthquake shook and pounded the ground for 5 minutes, it turned the clay into a jelly like substance, and a whole suburb slipped down the hill and into the bay. Of course, it's never been rebuilt as it can't support any weight. From the park, because of the sunny afternoon, you could see all the way to Mt McKinley glinting in the distance. It's ...
... gorgeous little country towns and beautiful national parks. The city itself isn't what we expected, for tourism to be so big here - we thought it would have been a pretty city - but far from it, so we are pretty happy to only be staying ...
... and then we'll come back to Elizabeth's to celebrate her birthday (which is on Friday) prior to heading to the airport. Our flight takes off at 1:30 AM Thursday night/Friday morning, so figure I'll have some time to work on my blog and pictures if I don't get to it before then.
Not sure what you'll all do for enjoyment when our blog comes to an end, so start preparing yourselves ...
... science program and in the Barrow Area Research Consortium community science seminar series. I enjoyed local foods including seal oil at the home of Ida and Nate Olemaun and learnt from Nate, a former mayor and whaling captain, about the skills and patience required to hunt whales - and the dangers posed by thinning sea ice caused by climate change. I also met with staff from the North Slope Borough Wildlife Management Department, an ...