Hotel Polaris

Nome, Alaska, United States | Hotel
 

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Somewhere Over the Pacific

A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013

... in beautiful professional attire that included a ready smile at almost any opportunity. We both agreed that the scenery was stunning at 40,000 feet!!

Our Monday was a short one, only six hours because we crossed the International Date Line. We almost completely missed Monday, leaving SFO about 12:30 a.m. and crossing the IDL about six hours later while over Alaska on our great circle route to Taiwan.

Standby for Tuesday!
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No Place Like Nome

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe

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... right along the coast for many miles before heading inland and over mountains. The drive was beautiful, with views of the shimmery Bering Sea, sandy beaches, and piles of driftwood. Looking in the other direction, we saw mountains in the distance, and streams and ponds and flowers in the foreground. Most of the flowers were tiny tundra flowers! Also on this drive, we saw an old gold dredge from the gold rush days, and we also saw ...

Alaskan Birthday - Flying to Nome

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe

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... and see!

We then had about an hour drive back to Anchorage where we had to turn in our motorhome. This is where our past two Alaskan trips have ended, so it felt like this trip was over as well. Although it was very sad to leave our motorhome, we knew we still had a couple of days left in Alaska!

We took a shuttle to the Anchorage Airport where we boarded our plane to Nome, Alaska! The plane had a stop ...

Leaving home

A travel blog entry by ak49

... crazy trip is now underway, as I leave home for a world far greater than I can imagine. Still not out of the state yet, with the trip just warming up as I head to fairbanks. The only thing now I can hope for is my flight stops getting delayed and I don't have to go during the two hour flight with no ...

Voyage: Nome

A travel blog entry by luvntravln

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... when reindeer were introduced as a means of providing for economic self-sufficiency of the Inupiaq residents of the area. By federal law, only Native Alaskans are allowed to own reindeer herds. Today, you can see the herds roaming the colorful tundra that surrounds the village of Nome. Herders are using radio telemetry to ...

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