Historic Anchorage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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We arrived at LAX on schedule we had a 1hr 50 min layover. I booked both flights thru Delta, but apparently the flight from LAX to ANC is Alaska Airlines, so it didn't show on Delta Boards. We were grateful that the flight attendant of the first flight actually came thru that cabin and offered gate info. At LAX Alaska Air flies out of terminal 6. When we asked the gate agent how to get there he seemed puzzled and sounded like he told us to go outside?? Fortunately there was a ...
... doesn't have a reverse connection. Dianne is sent to the shop to get one, but it is lost in translation, and they say we have the only one there is, so have to bend the flexible nozzle into a very tight turn to get onto the valve and hold it on with some difficulty, losing almost as much air as we put in, and getting Adam's warm North Face coat (which we’ve borrowed – nice to be able to get back at your kids!) very dusty in the process. With our tyres ...
Yesterday was spent unpacking and organizing. We did go out to a FABULOUS dinner at the Glacier Brewing Company in downtown Anchorage and had some of the most amazing seafood I can remember. The halibut was incredible!
Elizabeth worked today so Joe and I did some computer work before heading out to do a hike and run some errands to help with things at the house. The weather was not ...
... our regular service work done. Indeed, John Pratt agreed to meet us early Tuesday before our drive to Seward to go over the work necessary on Maggie. John made a great impression. With an enviably long and waxed handlebar mustache and thick beard, he fit the role of Alaskan mechanic and aviator. He asked all the right questions and I felt very comfortable leaving Maggie in his hands for an oil change and regular service. From there it was time for some ...
... and Saturday teatime traffic, but fortunately hubby has no problem driving long/large vehicles and I’m fine with map reading. We headed N up the Glenn Highway, me with The Milepost on my knee calling out everything we were passing – when we travel, I’m a sort of speaking SatNav-cum-tour-guide. Milepost is a GREAT book, recommended by many Alaskan experts, and should be compulsory reading for anyone contemplating ...