Extended Stay America - Fairbanks - Old Airport Way
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... be mostly day trip people coming up from Anchorage to check out the quaint little town. It reminds me of Sturbridge, MA or Black Mountain, NC but on a much smaller scale. This is where everyone comes to in order to climb Denali. There is a small airport where the bush planes take off and drop off the climbers on the Glaciers to head up any one of many big mountains in the Alaska range.
After a quick stop off at Talkeetna River for a ...
... the steam locomotive runs on special occasions and a modern gasoline engine powers a daily driver…
There is a little for everyone here… don’t miss this when you’re in Fairbanks… In the park is a great museum that has some diorama’s of a gold dredge… And those surface mining as well as ...
... on the campus… walked up to the Moose and then really tried to get close… It was a big bull Moose and the thing ran over the visitor and killed him… this year… the temperature level of the staff was more relaxed and the Museum had gone through a remodel in 2006 after we were here in 2003… It has to be 50% larger with many features added that include a very large area for groups of grade school kids… today we found at ...
... Kiwi merino clothes. Arrived dry and warm.
Our second stay in Wiseman was at Boreal Cabins. Wiseman was once a gold mining town, of up to 300 people ( about 10 permanents now) and the Dalton Highway was not in existence then. One can only imagine how difficult life must have been in the winter time - no power, running water and only the wood you've chopped for heating, and the game you've caught for eating! Luckily dead animals produce good furs for ...
... the end of the walk yesterday & this morning. It was an older Canon just like mine. Hopefully it will turn up & they will be able to send it on.
We had the same three comfort stops as on the way in. At the middle one we were able to have hot tea, coffee or chocolate from the 'urn' on the bus and a cookie & fruit. The hot drink was most welcome. We spent the time on the lookout for wildlife as well as some nap times.
Our first wildlife ...