Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Eagle River/Anchorage Area
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... microbrewery of course) and did some shopping. There is a trolley that takes you to all the highlights of Anchorage. We were considering the ride for today but I don't think that will be necessary. In trying to find the way back to the campground, I got us lost. I was going by a paper map instead of Google Maps. While we were trying to find our way home, we kept running into the trolley. We saw all the stops the trolley makes. I just saved us $20 a person! Till next time. ...
... 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, ...
... We've been back with Merri, Graham, Teddy and Atlas this weekend. We took a ride up to Flat Top Trailhead and just did a stroll along the power line trail, picked a few blueberries, and enjoyed the fantastic views of the distant mountain ranges, and the city of Anchorage and Cook Inlet below. Tomorrow we're bouncing out again for more adventures in the Kenai peninsula.
Love & joy to you all!
Carrie & ...
... 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!!
... told me there was one close to the entry of the Red Gate but in a different direction & took me in to show me!! I'd been so fascinated by all the sights that I hadn't seen the coffee stand.
After several hours of manning the table with first a lady then an ex military man, Michael, & Ray & Eddie taking the full boxes & loading them into the van Eddie suggested I go to look around the Fair, the queue had disappeared anyway, but I told him that if I ...