Extended Stay America - Fairbanks - Old Airport Way
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... over this part of Alaska and also the name of this lodge that is at the end of a road with a hot spring. The place is amazing and since it is out of the city, they say you have a better chance of seeing the lights here (still no guarantees). We arrived here by sunrise and just in time to see the ice museum. The ice museum was made by a world championship ice sculptor who has really done some incredible work here. Some of ...
... outer suburbs of Fairbanks is called the North Pole. We were running late so didn’t spend much time there although it didn’t take long to spend $50.
We are now in Fairbanks, beside a river, about to look at brochures to see what to do tomorrow and the next day. The office was closed so the rule is you just find a park and go and settle up in the morning. The weather here is much warmer than Dawson City. The sun is shining so we should be in for a good day ...
... about Alaska - animals, permafrost, indigenous people, immigrants, gold rush, and lots more. It was terrific and the views up on the hill were great. Someone at the museum said that on a clear day you can see Mt McKinley - it was raining so we couldn't.
On our way back to the hotel Tracy contacted us that they were headed to North Pole Alaska in a rental car and invited us to join her and Bill. North Pole is a gift shop with Santa Claus. ...
... until someone wants it for a stew.
In closing, I really liked Fairbanks. There are friendly people, little traffic, lots to do and it's easy to navigate. Fairbanks is a real gem and maybe we will fly up some winter, the locals say we need to check it out in winter. Tomorrow we head back to Tok and then on into Canada. Once we hit Canada we will have no cell phone and most likely no Wi-Fi.
Hope you all enjoy the blog and feel free to comment. ...
... become bored an decided to try fatalistic instead..
Princess Cruises Dorris is very pleasant and helpful.. Are you sure you have the day correct??
I rummage out the itinerary KIMBERLY had typed up for us..
There was a note included stating we had an extra night ot the hotel as we were arriving a day early for some reason...
Checking and 500 phone calls later.. there was a booking for us from the following night...
OK,,, what ...