Merrill Field Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... converter (electric) since Ecuador has the same voltage and plugs as US.
Time difference in Ecuador is 3 hours ahead of Anchorage (they are in our central time zone). Galapagos Island is the only other time zone they have which it's only 2 hours ahead of Anchorage.
Guayaquil is the most populated city in Ecuador: Approx. 3.75 million people. It is also their main port and one of the most important ports in South America. ...
... husband, Matt, has more patience so he sits with our DD, Sarah. I sat next to an older woman, who seemed very nervous the entire flight, I'm not sure she spoke English. I believe she was assisted onto the plane. She had a bag at her feet that was not under the seat, I tried to help and she said no. I guess the flight attendants don't check that anymore because it stayed there until the end of the flight when she started rifling thru it. She kept it on her lap during landing. The thing ...
... really nice walk around and watched some people fishing for salmon as part of a derby.
We walked back to town and caught a 1 hour trolley bus tour that showed us around Anchorage and told us a few stories about the place. This was quite a good tour.
We went into the 5th Avenue Mall to find some lunch. We both had fried rice but I had sesame chicken ad Stephen had bourbon chicken (like BBQ chicken). This was quite ...
... paths criss-crossing its sides.
When we were 264 miles from Anchorage, we crossed the Susitna River. When the bridge was built in 1921, the bridge was the 2nd longest, single-span bridge next to the bridge built across the Mississippi River. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
For miles and miles we traveled beside the Susitana River. The river has the milky color of glacial water (‘tho it could just be churned up by recent rains). It ...
... 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 ...