Historic Anchorage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage
... a considerable vibration with the Element at higher speeds. This is the first time we have driven the Element any distance since we had the tire fixed in Fairbanks. I even pulled over and checked the tires. Everything seemed OK, so we continue on.
We figured today would be a good day to check that out so we drove into the Anchorage Walmart to get the tires balanced. ...
... Bruce drive through it. She would be able to if she had to, I know, but this was a choice.
That whole Portage Valley would've been all the prettier with glaciers and a river and waterfalls if it wasn't so cold and rainy.
Our next destination Anchorage which made for an interesting end to our short driving day as Denis was sure he knew how to take us to Earthquake Park, but he couldn't make the necessary turn so we didn't get there and I took it out on ...
First week of vacation was very busy visiting family and friends in Minneapolis area. It was wonderful to spend time with Jamie, Jeannine, Josh, Max, Mark, Emily, Calla, Michelle, Jason, Tyson, Steph and Gary. Got to go to Minnesota's largest candy store (twice!!!) and hike the Louisville Swamp with Jeannine. Watched Michelle work with her horse, Chica. Today we are off for 2 weeks of adventure ...
... an incredible sight it was. In the narrow, shallow creek, dozens of deep red, hump-backed hook-jawed males and less transfigured but still roseate females were thrashing, fighting and dying as they spawned above the gravel beds. A few yards downstream the lake was blood red with hundreds, if not thousands, of salmon impatiently milling and broiling to enter the creek. Near Seward, we'd been to Bear Creek Weir, where ...
... wonder why we like hostels! Since we’ve been going more upmarket, we haven’t stayed in many hostels, but we really miss their “can do” approach, and their good information, friendly atmosphere, and quite often cheap tours, not to mention their cheaper accommodation cost. We recover our gear, find room for it in our luxury suite, and have a long nap.
In the early evening, about 6.30pm, we head out again, putting our heads into Humpy's ...