Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Anchorage Airport
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... and the higher mountains were bare except of snow! We went to visitor center for the Independence Gold Mine and read about the history of this mine. Gold has played an important part in Alaskan history. In 1897, prior to the gold stampede into Nome and Skagway, gold was found just southwest of the Independence Gold Mine Park. In 1898, this discovery prompted miners to form the Willow Creek Mining District, to record mining claims and maintain law and ...
... are all over the world. This one, of course, specialised in gorgeous famed photos of bears, eagles and glaciers - sometimes all three in the same photo.
The market gave rise to the scene of the day where a grandmother was arguing with her three year old grandson, and told him that he couldn't have an ice cream until he'd had his proper lunch. "Sit down", she said. "Here comes Grandpa with your plate of fries".
Mid afternoon I went out to the airport ...
... up spending most of our time at JC Penny as they had a sale on. I got a good deal on some sport leggings and some shoes and Warren restocked his TShirts and some long trousers. We dined at a Cajun place were I had black catfish, beans and rice which definitely cleared out the sinuses while Warren had the spare ribs. It was a very low key place I think it was called 'Gumbos' and had just the right ambiance for that kind of food and ...
... philanthropic organisations, fishermen and hunters and many others. In Fairbanks I attended the annual convention of the Alaska Federation of Natives – the largest gathering of Alaskan natives with some 3000+ delegates. At AFN I was deeply moved by stories from Alaskan native youth about the destructive effects of drugs, alcohol and violence on individual and community health and well-being. I was also buoyed by positive stories of ...
... its pristine, natural state. So grateful I could make this trip to see it. We were back in Anchorage by late afternoon, and there was a lot of waiting for our 8:30 PM flight home to Atlanta. Even though Bob gave me his upgraded seat, I never manage much sleep on planes, and expect to arrive from this red-eye, red eyed. It's a good time to look back at how this whole UN-cruise experience worked. I can't really compare our trip to an Alaskan cruise, because ...