Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Eagle River/Anchorage Area
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... in the night and told to move along, or, as the sign says, towed.... Though my mind says this wouldn't happen and Walmart certainly made money on us as we all bought more than once while in their parking lot. It is now 11pm and still very light and quite a bit of traffic.... don't know if I will get used to this-- being so light so late, I mean. We are only a few miles out of Anchorage tonight. A good day of driving and, ...
... this place but, my camera battery died. People had spent their whole lives working hard to build this town, to eek out a living. They brought their families here. One of the kids calling Independence Mine Boomtown home, went on to become a US ski Olympian. These were real people and it had gone to ruin. I felt sullen and pensive.
The parks service restored the owner's house and is using it as a welcome and ...
... 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!!
... was some dancing taking place by natives, they were all from different tribes. After that had finished one of the young dancers stayed to relate some native stories & legends, which I found very interesting but was conscious of the time & how much there was still to see so went to leave when an Australian lady a bit older than me approached & began talking about travelling on ones own. We chatted for ages then she asked if I was going outside to look ...
... by selling knitted goods. They aren't cheap though....a scarf could easily be close to $200. A skein of their yarn, let's say 200 yards is $95, vs cashmere which could reasonably be $45.
While we were touring we saw first hand that they are pretty aggressive. Tim was standing squarely facing a small herd of them and one charged him! It was all a bluff as she didn’t hit the fence, ...