Extended Stay America - Anchorage - Midtown
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage
... into the woods and camp...If you kill anything you have to have it recorded and you must use the beast. ie skin it slice it & eat it. So really they are just wildlife watchers not hunters...they looked the part though..We had a good laugh with them.
Pushing on we completed the 5 hour trip and arrived in Anchorage. We drove passed the RV Park and had to go around the block..Kathryn nearly freaked out as all around the RV Park ...
... in the 49th state. We are called lower 48s by them. Like me, she is in a bit of a transition as she is moving to Oregon to begin a new chapter. Pretty cool.
Left Anchorage around 4pm and made it to Valdez by 1030. The land of the midnight sun. I can't imagine it in the winter when there are only a few hours of daylight. ...
... An influx of mountaineers from around the world began in the late 1960's. They came seeking to scale 20,320 foot Mt McKinley (also known for its native name Denali) A most enjoyable meal this evening in one of the dining rooms. P.S Interesting additions Double Lane Highway most of the way.....when roads are constructed, included is another track for bikes, walkers etc. (Great idea) The Fred Meyer shop was in the town of Wasilla ...
... so it was up to the dog teams. Ultimately the vaccine made it, many people were saved and another heroic saga entered Alaskan history. But another viewpoint is that the disease had already wiped out numerous native villages and it wasn’t till the good non-native people of Nome were threatened that such grand efforts were made to relive suffering.
Whilst travelling the Iditarod Trail by snow mobile made me feel slightly fraudulent, it didn’t prevent me ...
... marshy areas are beginning to turn as well -- I think they are on permafrost that is what prevents the water from draining. It’s prime moose-viewing area but no luck.
Mile after mile with only minimal signs of human habitation. The views are nice but not spectacular. It is cloudy and drizzling in the low 40s.
At Nenana (297mi from Anchorage), I saw two fish wheels on Nenana River below the bridge. Not far from there, we passed where the Tannana River joins ...