Long House Alaskan Hotel
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... originally lampooned, for the purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867 for $7.2 million (less than 2c an acre). Remote and inaccessible, it was referred to as 'Seward's Ice Box' or Walrussia, until first whaling, then the amazing salmon runs, the discovery of gold and now the vast reserves of oil below Prudhoe Bay have proved it to be veritable cornucopia of valuable assets.
Just outside Seward is Kenai ...
... court. We are directed to 5th Avenue Mall, where we have a large and reasonably good sweet and sour chicken, BBQ pork and rice meal and a monster Coke for about $12. We walk back to the hostel via a park with a free concert for the Gay and Lesbian front, to find we have been upgraded to the luxury apartment, with ensuite bathroom and TV, and in the process, we have been left un-taxed. Dave has also organised a lift to the camper rental place for us in the morning – ...
... the ship and have lunch on the upper deck (14th floor) to get closer to the mountains. We enjoyed the view so much that after we ate, we jumped in the jacuzzi to soak it in awhile longer!
The last two days we spent out at sea but it's kinds of why we chose to cruise...glaciers and fjords! We had a nice sunny day at Glacier Bay but it was mostly overcast at College Fjord. It's awesome to see but slow going. The sea lions lounging on the icebergs and ...
... morning the local news reported on a bar fight. No murders, no scary gangs; no, just a bar fight, so our neighborhood really doesn't bother me. We have bike/ski paths beginning just a block away, the Charley dog has a bunch of parks all around our area, and we can walk to downtown, so its all good:) Also, we have a guest bedroom, so seriously when are you guys coming to Alaska, cuz we meant it when we said please visit.
Ok, so ...
... As this is a Saturday night, the place is packed with weekenders from Anchorage. No room in any of the campgrounds or rv parks, there isn't even a place to park Blue for a quick beer. We settle for “boon docking” for the night at a scenic overview on the road back out of town. The view is spectacular….lucky, lucky!
Tomorrow, Susie flies out of Anchorage at the end of a jam packed week of fishing and ...