Park Inn & Suites by Radisson on Broadway
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... the restaurant took us many twists and turns through the city. It was pretty far away from where we were staying, but we quite enjoy a nice walk. We finally found the restaurant, and it had the same deal as last time- 50% off on pasta for Monday and Tuesday lunches.
The restaurant wasn't busy, and at after 2pm, not peak lunchtime, but it still took the waitresses a really long time to organise a table for ...
... across a suspension bridge, walked bridges through the treetops, and walked up a cliff to look down into canyon. There were hundreds of thousands of fairy lights, it was just amazing. It even managed to stop raining for most of our time there.
We finished off the day with a hot curry and beer. Sounds good but in fact was pretty average and expensive. Never mind.
So a good day was had!
The rain continued this morning, which made my mission to the local laundromat to do the sheets and towels a bit harder! To get our bags easily loaded we had to drive the van up a very steep narrow driveway, once loaded up Georgia, Ashton and I headed a few kms down the road. The laundromat was in the basement of a bacon aroma-ed diner which was full of the breakfast crowd so parking was hard. Lugging the laden ...
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... of annual rainfall! And yes, it rained while we were there, too. Mom and I took a tour of a salmon hatchery followed by a trip to the Mendenhall glacier. Mendenhall glacier is 12 miles (19km) long and 1.5 miles (2.5km) wide, but is only a small part of an enormous ice field stretching over 1500 miles (2400km) inland to Canada. At Mendenhall I took a two-mile (3.2km) hike to the base of the glacier where there was a large waterfall and some bald eagles resting on ice chunks that ...