Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Fairbanks
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We reached Fairbanks on June 14, 2009 at about 8.30pm. We took a taxi and went to our hotel. The check-in was smooth and we had dinner at a restaurant nearby. As Fairbanks is near but below the arctic circle, there was 22-hour daylight a day in Fairbanks in June. The sun was still shining brightly when we went to bed.
I booked a morning …
Checked in and in the room. Hanging in the room going to dinner in a few and maybe downtown Fairbanks after.
Today we headed north towards Fairbanks, about 3 hours drive from Healy. Our first stop was at Gold Dredge #8 (which is much less touristy then the El Dorado mine, which as far as we understand is probably more adequate for families with children). We walked through the camp where we had the chance to see how the miners lived back then. Later we …
Well landing a KC-10 on snow doesn't really feel like landing, or look like it for that matter. Wasn't until the plane stopped (fuel ect.) That we realized we were going to get to leave the aircraft. I was happy, the pilot had said it was 7 degrees below zero out. We ironicaly had left our cold weather gear in S.C. with promise of a new issue of it …
... team not the musher, so there is no division between men and women - gender equal for this competition. An amazing feat for the dogs and human. Leaving Denali we cross "Windy Bridge" for the final time, the wind sock is now a wind rag. The bridge carries us over the Nenana River that we rafted yesterday. The traditional land owners call it "the icy river of death" our rafting guide told us that after we finished our rafting. Passing through ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
It was very neat and the staff were helpful. I have no complaints.
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