Historic Anchorage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... while driving along the coast; mountains, forest, and ocean, I have never been to a place so unspoiled before. We arrived at the conservation, here I got to see the wildlife that Alaska was famous for: Moose, Bears, Bison, Fox, and a Lynx, just to name a few. After the conservation, the guys in the group continued on to Portage Glacier...Another breathtaking experience.
The next day the wedding party and their spouses/significant ...
... town (how much is true, I would not know!) Apparently, there are about 900 light aircraft docked in town, and at the lake, we saw them parked in rows, like cars, in a large parking area. The long, straight main highway was used as a landing strip until the local residents complained about the noise. In the property market brochures, we saw advertisements for houses with hangars.
Another interesting fact is that Alaska is plagued by ...
... is a beautiful spot & I wish I had planned to stay here a few extra nights. We checked in, then headed off for a hike along the Cheakmus River. It was 2.5km hike up, across a swing bridge & 2.5 km back. Nice hike, but bit of a climb, all good though. We met a Czech couple Jana & George (Canadian & American citizens now) along the way. They were really great & we struck up good conversation as we all hiked along. At the end we were invited back ...
July 24, 2014 Truck 65,900; Trip - 5,890
We very much enjoyed visiting with Steve and Carol (and using their shower, their laundry, recharging all of our gadgets, and having Carol fix delicious dinners) but it was time to leave Palmer and head to the Kenai. It was a short drive to Anchorage where we first stopped at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. As we arrived, a native group was performing songs and dances. The ...
We packed up camp and said our goodbyes to Webey and Derrick and headed back to Anchorage. Halfway through our drive we made a stop at a national park for a few scenic hikes and were fortunate enough to see our first (and last) black bear of the trip. He was scurrying across the road so we only caught the back half of him, but hey! a bear is a bear!
Engineer Lake was ...