Hampton Inn Anchorage
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage
... hike out to it and actually stand and walk on the glacier. We hiked back to McCarthy and rode Doc back to the campsite at Chitina - tired but satisfied.
Our next destination was Valdez. The drive there offered beautiful views and scenery.
Valdez offered us the unique chance to paddle to a glacier on a glacial lake that we had all to ourselves. We spent one night at ...
... saw a moose very far off in the distance. We saw birds, but nothing of particular interest - ducks and geese.
We did a few more stops and scenic over looks and short trails, but in hindsight nothing of particular interest. We eventually hit and area where lots of cars were pulled over and Sarah yelled from the back seat, I see goats, pull over! Matt found a place to pull over and we walked back a distance and ...
... that is made with the leftover grains from the beer they brew on site. Our eyes were bigger than our stomachs so we only finished half of our Philly cheesesteak and burger, but we finished every last drop of the hefeweizen. Tess and I wandered around town as I wanted to see the infamous Balto statue I read about as a kid and get a few souvenirs for friends. Almost every other store was a souvenir shop featuring Local ...
... movie or to a live show in the Theatre on the Sea. Tonight they had Dancing with the Stars. There had been a competition during the week. One of the passengers who entered was teamed up with one of the Dancers. There were 6 finalists. Bit of fun.... Took one photo after 9pm, then after the show round 10.30, but cloud cover had come over. Partying continued in the Crows Nest, but bedtime for us with a 6am ...
... First stop – National Park Service. We found a wealth of information here, books, artifacts, and a theatre. Don’t miss this.
We joined one of their guides for a one-hour walking tour of the city, learning about Alaska’s first explorers, Bering, Cook and Stellar. By this time we were looking for breakfast or lunch. Found a restaurant and lunched at Gwennies. After lunch we then drove out to Earthquake ...