Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Fairbanks
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Heated pool
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It was very neat and the staff were helpful. I have no complaints.
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This was the day to split up so that different people could achieve some of the items on their bucket lists. Roger has a goal of riding a motorcycle in all 50 states so he was renting a bike to ride for the day. Dale and Cindy wanted to ride a bit of the Haul road (the Dalton Highway) so they took off to drive as far as the Arctic Circle. That left …
We knew that today was a shorter driving day so took our time getting going. We had a great breakfast at Burnt Paws Cabins - Belgian waffles with cinnamon apples and whipped cream (or cereal and toast if you preferred) and got underway about 8:30 am. The stops for the day were limited - a stop at Delta Junction for a picture of the end of the …
... follow someone’s journey, then a better choice would be Dick Proenneke, but maybe he is too pragmatic and successful then the wildly unsuccessful, but romantic Chris. Anyway, I digress. While in this extremely important and fruitful debate, we were interrupted by some spectacular display of Northern Lights. Everyone jumped up as the sky lit up with green’s and purple’s and ran out to the front parking ...
... a 19 oz.gold nugget, we headed back and viewed more old equipment along the way. The tour took two hours and I would recommend it to anyone as a good value.
We stopped in Fairbanks and North Pole for some shopping and to pick up some more Sockeye Salmon.Back to camp to pee and exercise the dogs, have lunch and get ready for our next adventure, The Tanana Chief Dinner Cruise at 6:45 this evening.
... had only one spare tire with us instead of the recommended two, so the pressure was on Andrew to not mess up the car (or get us killed, blah blah blah). The road was extra lonely because of the flooding at the northernmost point near Deadhorse. It had been that way for days I had heard, so there were hardly any trucks coming or going. Normally that's the bulk of the traffic on the highway and us little people in our little cars had to always ...