Extended Stay America - Anchorage - Midtown
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Anchorage isn't such a bad city! I just enjoyed my second weekend in Anchorage. I'm on the bus back to Seward as I write this. I came up to Anchorage on Saturday after I got off work and met up with a friend. We spent the weekend enjoying lots of tasty restaurants and checking out some parks and hikes. Sunday morning there was an open market downtown where they ...
... had a magnificent collection of native art so we decided to pay them a visit. Parking was a big problem with the typical congestion surrounding any hospital. We finally parked, illegally (so now we're probably wanted in Alaska too!) and quickly walked in for a really fast loop of the first floor. Unfortunately the gift shop was closed for the day so I didn't get a chance to purchase any of their amazing handiwork. I really ...
... and we received many compliments from shoppers on how polite the kids were! After reboarding the bus we headed to our hotel. It is the same hotel we were at the first two nights of our trip. Then we went to The Golden Coral for dinner. I couldn't believe how excited the kids were. They ate, and ate! Then we headed back to the hotel to swim or have free time with friends. Bed check was at nine. We have an early morning tomorrow. Goodnight ...
... St Elias mountains, we picked up the Talkeetna Mountains on the right side, and the spectacular Chugach mountains on the left side of the road, with views of the Nelchina and Matanuska glaciers and snow covered mountains beyond the screen of pine trees. Ahead we pick up major mountains and the gorge of the Matanuska River, and have our first sight (mile 114)of the distinctive shape of the Sphinx rock, with the Sheep Mountains on the right. We’ve seen some ...
... multiple places the dogs won’t stop. Rather, free of your encumbering weight, they will run for miles until the uncontrolled sled wraps itself around a tree or some other kind of anchor. Stories of dog teams returning home sans driver are fairly common and a source of some amusement for all but the hapless driver.
Secondly, despite the magic of sledding across open snow covered tundra surrounded by dramatic mountain ranges, you, your sled and your dogs must ...