Hampton Inn Anchorage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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On Monday I got the rig serviced and had a nice lunch with a family friend of Kerry's, Sousada. She took me down to Potter Marsh to check out the salmon along the boardwalk which stretched out a long way. We had a good chat about a range of subjects and she dispelled the myth about there being no attractive ...
... van with our cameras to hopefully spot some moose in Kincaid Park. We saw the first one on the side but too much traffic to stop. The next was a mama moose and baby, right by the roadway. They were so close, pictures were easy. A little further in, we saw another one. On the way out, the mama and baby crossed over the road to our side then the baby laid down right there. All in all, it was a nice way to end the day.
... of the best pastries I've ever had. The jalapeño cream cheese cheddar bread was to die for. Exploring Homer, we found a small nature trail and decided to take a walk through the wetlands. We stumbled across fresh moose tracks and followed them throughout the trail. Just as we were reaching the end of the hike we found the mama and her two babies! Thirsty from all of that tracking, we ventured ...
... after spending some time with their family. Many Sales were busy around the pool, selling Jackets Bags, trinkets, they all seemed to be made in China or Indonesia. Have included some photos of the Lido, mostly some of the sweets that were on offer, but the food is exceptional, anything from sandwiches, rolls, fillings of all sorts, then soup, rice, curries, Italian fare, fresh fruit etc. Many ...
... dog sled race. Originally one the toughest, loneliest races in the world, the Iditarod is now a well-regulated, well-promoted race that some feel has lost its pioneer spirit. However, being a dog sledding expert now myself I can appreciate that the “Last Great Race on Earth” of 1000 miles from Anchorage to Nome is still a significant test of skill and endurance. The Iditarod celebrates the “Great Race of Mercy” -- one of the most amazing and least ...