Hilton Garden Inn Anchorage
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Great hotel conveniently located for daytrips in and around Anchorage.
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Stayed at the Golden Nugget RVPark. Another park full of flower baskets, fuchsia, lobelia, geraniums flourish here. Makes me jealous to have flowers again! Leisurely short drive from Talkeetna and didn't make any scenic stops. The roads are great getting close to Anchorage. This is Alaskas biggest city of almost 300,000. 49%25 of all Alaskans live here. Anchorage has the only Nordstoms in the state. Maybe I could live here. And it doesn't get as cold..avg summer temps 60 degrees, winter ...
... to the appliances, fits the right adaptor, connects the hose, opens the vent valve, opens the supply valve and fills the tank. While she is doing all this, she instructs her assistant, who is only learning. It is pretty complicated, and we are glad it hasn't been left to either us or the assistant.
We only need about $5 worth of propane, but need a receipt to take to the hire company. We don't need a petrol receipt as we have already paid for a full tank, and ...
... then braking as you enter the corner and simply moving your weight to kick the sled around the curve. Brake too soon and you follow the vector cross-country, brake too late and you may (probably sans sled) continue in the direction in which you approached the turn and your newly overturned sled will head off approximately in the new direction that your dog team are now taking. Which foot to apply the brake with and hence which leg and runner has now got the most of your ...
... glaciers with the Blackstone Glacier in the background. toward the end our cruise, we passed the Kittiwake bird rookery which is a very important bird here in Alaska due to it being one of the most popular items in the food chain of the Bald eagles. 10,000 birds inhabit this rookery. Nearby in a tree was a bald eagle, but we were ony able to see he back of his white head. Midway into the cruise we were served a lunch of fish and chips which was ...
... on turkey sausage and Pop Chips on the plane. But at Seattle, we indulged in some frozen yogurt. Hey! We're on vacation! Chocolate and Vanilla twist was well worth it. At least it tasted like something other than cold. Nice treat. (It was soooo good!)
Once we got into the gate area for the Anchorage flight, the travel ambiance changed, from roller bags and laptop bags to backpacks and gear. We sat next to ...