Hilton Garden Inn Anchorage
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Great hotel conveniently located for daytrips in and around Anchorage.
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... we stopped at the rest area. The Portage and ?. glaciers were magnificent. We drove on north on the Seward Highway into Anchorage. We parked at the Golden Nuggett RV, and got set up. We drove to a nearby shopping area where we got pedicures and ate at the Olive Garden. We were pretty tired after our early rise, and called it a ...
We finished packing our 5 suitcases and 3 carry-ons at about 8 pm last night. I have got to learn how to pack light! I tried to convince my family to skip formal night, but Sarah was horrified! She tried to negotiate/ plead for at least one formal night, in the end Matt sided with Sarah and we were dressing for dinner. Dressing for dinner accounts for about 1.5 suitcases. I will mention that we took 4 suitcases on our last cruise, which was 1 day in FLL, pre-cruise and an 8 day Caribbean ...
... weather and see a nice view of the mountains, water, and the airport. Our last stop of the day was Potter Marsh, where we went to try and spot some wildlife. We only saw a flock of geese but they were worth the visit.
Wildlife Viewing at Potter Marsh - Anchorage Area, Alaska Department of Fish and Game
... 3 miles in length. The trail hugged a creek which was swiftly moving from the early time of year/snow run off and all I could think of was, this is the "Golden Corral" for any grizzly in the Anchorage area. The trail wasn't difficult I just didn't feel safe, combination of heavy vegetation and the noise from the creek, easy to find yourself in the path of a bear or moose. About an hour into our trek a tree fell on the ...
We arrived in Anchorage on Sunday, and my friend Barb and her friend Anne joined us here. We have spent most of our time taking care of life's little necessities: picking up Barb's RV, restocking on groceries, getting the oil changed in the truck, and best of all, Dorothy and I got pedicures! We all felt a little "culture shock", getting back into a city, with actual traffic lights and traffic. Many ...