Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Anchorage Airport
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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
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... Channel reality shows, apparently ,as well as the singer "Jewel".
Summer is in full bloom now, some days we have even taken our fleeces off. The lovely Fireweed flowers are as tall as I am and already there is talk of the first frost soon which will kill off the mossies…not that they have been much of a problem to date.In Seward we took a cruise to spot ...
... road closures and the bags finally arrived, covered in ash from the fire! I was taking pictures without a flash from our 16th floor balcony at 11 o’clock that night! The sun was getting ready to ‘set’ in the North! Can you believe it, it does not set in the West!
We were delighted to find our big cases waiting for us in the hotel room. From the fourteenth floor, we had a fabulous view of the waterfront section of the city, bordering ...
... camp and mine employed 204 men. The Independence Mine was shut down in 1943, after gold mining was classified as nonessential to the war effort. In 1946, the War Production Board's order designating gold mining as nonessential was lifted. At this time the cost mine the gold cost $46 an ounce and the price for the gold was only $36 per ounce. In January 1951, Alaska-Pacific Consolidated closed the independence Mine. From 1936-1951 more than 181,000 ounces of gold ...
This was a boring day for Miss Pat. But Monday brought many things on the list to prepare and repair for the long road home. First, I went to Cal Worthington Ford for an oil change and tire rotation. Funny going to this dealership, Cal came to the Houston market years back and bought Ric******* Chevrolet; he ran his silly gimmick commercials, and Houston quickly said NO, and Cal sold the dealership and disappeared. While I was waiting, I worked on tour reservations for Denali. I ...
... Alaska, Canada and Australia. I’ve also continued to work with colleagues at NAILSMA on final grant reporting and our much anticipated I-Tracker Book (http://www.nailsma.org.au/i-tracker). I-Tracker is a career highlight for me and excitingly, several Alaskan people and organisations are interested in establishing a similar program. In my remaining time I’ll continue to explore how I can facilitate this as well as other potential joint ...