Regency Fairbanks Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRegency Fairbanks Hotel
The hotel was nice but did not meet my expectations in terms of what i thought to be when i booked it. The location was ok. Lobby was good. Room was very nice. Free internet which was working. AM breakfast was a nice addition.
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Day 23 - 23 June Coldfoot to Fairbanks 241 miles
Back along the road we travelled on on Saturday, let's hope it's a bit drier this time - and it was!
We call in a the artic circle marker and one or two other places on the way. Lunch at the Yukon river camp, where I meet Jeremy who can best be described as an alaskan bear hunter. I am sure …
Weather superb again today.
We take the ferry across the river at Dawson City and head on our journey to Fairbanks. The paved road soon disappears into a gravel track for the next 100 miles, crossing through high mountain passes. We reach snow at one point. 50 miles in and we reach the border crossing into Alaska. What a great sense of …
... another treat, the roads got remarkably better. We made good time.
Just prior to sunset and just south of Tanana we were treated to a nice big moose on the side of the road, just lumbering along eating bark. Our previous trips up or down the Parks were at night. We took in the scenic overlooks just prior to Fairbanks with incredible orange and pick sunset views of the big mountain.
... that is dead on the Arctic Circle. This place claims to be the home of Santa Clause and I was there in June 2012, but North Pole also claims to be the home of Santa Clause. There is not much here at all other than Santa Clause home. The town puts red and white stripes around all the light poles to make it look like candy canes. The streets and named like Santa Clause Lane and St Nicholas Blvd. It does have a cool ...
... and also how the Earth took its current form. We then toured around the various exhibits dating from prehistoric times to modern day art and other items of interest. This will bring our Canada/Alaska holiday to a close. Tomorrow we head for New ...