Hampton Inn Anchorage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... And then they were built to protect them in a storm. Native teenagers work in the center during the summer and are excellent guides preserving their heritage Yip! That's the word they used to end a sentence! All school children learn their tribes language as well as English. One of the young girls knew 21 languages.! Impressive. We drove out the Seward Hwy to look for Beluga Whales, nada but we have three more times we'll drive by the area so hopeful! Large salmon were spawning ...
... Lagoon is a beautiful sanctuary that offers a running trail, kayaking and canoeing and great bird watching. I could have stayed there all day enjoying the view of the mountains through the reflection of the water and watching a momma duck herd her ducklings. Earthquake Park was short-lived due to the mosquito apocalypse, but there was a neat overlook and monument to the still-visible remnants of the Good Friday earthquake in 1964. The ride to Kincaid Park was an uphill battle ...
... crab stuffed halibut. What a delicious meal!! And then we shared raspberry sorbet to end it. We caught a cab back to the Performing Arts Center and saw a movie about the Aurora Borealis (or the northern lights) which in the name given to this phenomena in the northern latitudes. The photography was stunning and the music accompanying it very soothing so we returned to our room and collapsed for the night.
... check out the parking lot next to it, but find it too complicated and tight for the van, and we think it is a private parking area for the nearby high rise office building. We are lucky enough to find a couple of spare parking meters right on a corner, easy parking even for a beginner. We pay for parking, drag our bags to the Inn, leave them in storage, then head out in the van looking for Chilkoot Charlie's, a bar and eatery of some fame, on the way to the Earthquake ...
... times, ‘broke’ new trail walking ahead of the sleds to pack down the deep snow and help the dogs pull the sled through. After some 120 miles of travel across open tundra, through the foothills of the Alaska Range, across frozen lakes and rivers and along narrow winding paths through dense, bare-leaved riverine forests, we were seasoned sledders. We found ourselves, reluctantly, back in Healy and preparing to flag down the Fairbanks –Anchorage train ...