Hampton Inn Anchorage
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... over a fast flowing river with cabins and rafting companies, see a big pile of scats which are mainly sawdust. We think beaver, but are told later these are moose droppings. Later we get good views of the mountains and the Susitna River valley from the Alaska Range Viewpoint (mile 49.5). Soon after we reverse back 500 metres to find a turnoff to view the rehabilitated remains of the Valdez Creek open cut gold mine (mile 50) but the track is too rough and narrow for the van, and ...
... one of the kayaks and we had to switch kayaks, but then, yeah, we were off. And: so much fun! It's was a perfect mix of activity, tranquility, and adventure. The pace was relaxed and our destination, a giant glacier, kept getting bigger and bigger. Also getting bigger and bigger, and more prevalent, were the small chunks of ice in the water. This was totally new for me. Inside these chunks were grains of earth chewed up by the glacier who knows how many hundreds ...
... The Academy is a school for teenagers from the "lower 48" who are either already in, or close to being in the prison system. The kids work in the café and practice subsistence hunting and fishing. We meet and talk to several, all from California and surrounding states, who tell us of the dramatically positive impact that coming to the Academy has had on their life and outlook on life. The kids are from Russian or Bulgarian Orthodox homes ...
... We're taking the Alaska Railroad through Denali to Fairbanks. It's an 11 1/2 hour trip. We hope to see some wildlife and maybe a glimpse of Mt. McKinley. In order to see that, this pesky snow and the low hanging clouds have to move on. Not sure what the forecast is for that area but they're forecasting partly cloudy and starting to get much colder in Fairbanks. The Anchorage Dispatch is forecasting strengthening Aurora activity for the weekend and there ...
... guys playing miniture ping pong (table about one foot square) and passed by the open market. Decided to take a trolley tour of the city because we were told we should finally see a moose. Just as we got on, it started to rain again, so could barely see out the windows. The tour stopped by Earthquake Park, but we were not able to get out. Then, drove through several neighborhoods and past an area ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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