Holiday Inn Express Anchorage
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... and ate lunch at a place called The Article Roadrunner which was a really good local burger joint. Be warned, they only accept cash although an atm is on premise. Breakfast was done at Kevin's with pancakes and yogurt. Dinner was at a Mexican restaurant called Carlos thanks to a coupon for a free entree. The food and wait staff was good, and as an added bonus, a guy with a guitar awkwardly serenaded Kevin and I. Music aside, the meal was ...
... lunch. We found the perfect place:the Brown Bear Saloon.
menu featured buffalo brats with sautéed onion and sauerkraut and reindeer dogs! We went for the brats with sweet potato fries.
The remainder of the day will be spent catching up with family. Kenin's sister Anne-Barrie and Randall will be flying in from Colorado this ...
... and are looking forward to sharing them with the grandparents. The family went home and prepared some fresh Alaskan king crab for dinner. It was sweet and we steamed it with old bay to give it a kick of flavor. Later we travelled out to cold stone creamery where we grabbed some ice cream. We then took a family hike at the ski resort. It had really nice packed trails and cool maps. Then my bro and I climbed the tall mountain behind our house it was 4000 ft ...
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 ...
As the author of the 'view from the front porch' I’ve been delighted that my eclectic epistle about life in Alaska has received positive responses from so many readers. It’s a labour of love and an incentive to indulge in creative writing beyond what I normally invest in project reports to government agencies, universities and the like. Necessarily, I’ve written about travels and experiences as the minutiae of office activity would be boring ...