Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Eagle River/Anchorage Area
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... the glacier but came to a helipad and a yurt, along with a row of neat wooden cottages. The yurt was considered the Knik Glacier Lodge. The lady in the helicopter office said the lodge did not open until 5 p.m. so we were unable to get a cup of coffee to heat us up for the ride back to Carol's house. Carol made a delicious chicken dinner with fresh blueberry muffins for desert. I ate two of them. It was a good ...
... power outages, fires etc. are not fun (sorry to everyone who is there - hope that was all the bad luck for the semester!)
4. I am so blessed and happy to be studying abroad and that no one and nothing has been able to keep me from experiencing Europe. I sincerely hope that many others are able to travel as well.
5. Finances are never fun to worry about, there should be more study abroad scholarships!
6. I really can't wait to learn about UK culture!!
... gates of different colours) & introduced myself to the volunteers collecting the food. Eddie wasn't there & another volunteer had turned up having been told to report to him, Francis, a young coloured woman who works for the Alyeska Pipeline. We were sent off to the purple gate to find Eddie & Francis had her SUV nearby so said for me to go with her. She had me in stitches with her stories about trying to find Eddie & the parking attendants only allowing her to go one way ...
... the plane so we had to circle around, after trying to land and come in on different landing strip. Tomorrow we are leaving for Seward. The weather has been prefect here in the 70s during the day, 40s at night. We have had a great time visiting Sherry. But the fish are ...
I am an avid Alaskan Outdoors men and love everything the "Last Frontier" has to offer. Early morning on St Patrick's day I awoke and just happen to look outside. I saw one of the most beautiful Aurora displays I have ever seen.
I quickly ran around the house to find my camera gear and rushed outside in the sub zero temperature and proceeded to snap pictures of the display.
The event was different ...