Extended Stay Deluxe - Anchorage - Midtown
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... deal with the hurdles of the lack of availability of that fuel. Regardless, it s great to catch up, get questions answered, and trade stories. I can see already I'll be a crusty old man hanging out at hangars trying to talk shop to anyone foolish enough to stop and listen. One of the best ideas to come out of the night was how we could solve our dilemma of wanting to fly to Japan from Alaska during daylight hours. Let's camp on the uninhabited island of Attu! The plot ...
... slider with Brussels sprout slaw' on a menu board but didn’t have time to get one so I went back & ate it whilst listening briefly to the music in the Square.
I went home with Sheila, on the way going into Fred Meyers supermarket to get groceries for dinner. That was an eye opener, there were things I had never seen before such as mottled pink & yellow cherries.
Sheila & Eddie live in the Valley about 30 mins up the ...
... from McDonald's which so hit the spot. I was grateful for these brothers.
Kenny, the service manager (?) took my information and got my bike in. It looks like it will take all day to complete the service. I was hoping to get a loaner motorcycle, but there weren't any at that time. Kenny gave me a ride over to where I was camped so I could pick up my computer and took me to Starbucks on W. Tudor Rd in ...
... peaks to tropical lowlands in just under 70km. Leaving Kagbeni the course follows the river bed and heads down the valley towards Jomsom. From here the terrain undulates along jeep track through Jomsom, Marpha and many other small villages along the route. From Kalopani the trail again drops rapidly on a very rough but fast trail to Tatopani, (tato means hot in nepali and pani = water) and tired riders can enjoy the revitalising qualities of ...
... Great job Bill and thanks for sharing your heart's mission with us. Jim and I were greatly touched and as Jim expressed, it really shows that anything is possible!
Once again, words cannot express our appreciation for Shari and Bob & Bill and Tissy for sharing their friends, their homes and their huge hearts with us. Our trip to Alaska is filled with the best memories because we got to share our experiences with really cool people. You guys ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed