Extended Stay America - Fairbanks - Old Airport Way
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... of Alaska. The forest and lakes that we traveled on were beautiful. Attached are a couple of pictures of this adventure.
We had a good dinner at the Silver Gulch Brewery. I had Seafood Alfredo - which included Alaskan scallops, shrimp, and crab tails. I never heard of crab tails before - didn't know those critters had a tail. But I googled ...
... to the road so managed to get some great photos, about a thousand of them !! They had to drag me kicking away from the window to let other people have a go. Pulling into Eielson we have a 30 minute break for lunch and photos of Mt McKindlay but due to massive cloud cover we couldnt even see Mt McKindlay let alone take a photo of it. In the centre they had a quilted work of art of the mountains and flowers and animals which I want my mother to ...
... She got it originally at Walmart in the U.S. a few years ago and it was cheap. Now, a similar camera is not so cheap. She no longer has zoom envy, as she has bought the same one that I got in Newfoundland. She will need it because tomorrow she is going on a flight to Coldfoot and then a return trip by land, where she will hopefully see the Northern Lights and the cross the Arctic Circle. It was lucky as I was undecided whether to go or not as it was expensive and ...
... at Hubbard Glacier. The second day at sea, spending the whole day in Glacier Bay National Park, watching Marjorie glacier calving. Next to Skagway and up to the top of White Pass where the gold rush miners crossed. Then Juneau, the capital. Leaving Juneau we passed through an area where hundreds of humpback whales were feeding all around the ship. Last stop in Alaska at Ketchikan. There we hiked in the Tongass rain forest. ...
Went to University of Alaska Art Museum of the North. Gorgeous Building and interesting artifacts. The Museum is a research and teaching museum in Alaska.
The museum’s research collections – 1.4 million artifacts and specimens – represent millions of years of biological diversity and thousands of years ...