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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After checking out of the Denali Bluffs we took the shuttle bus to "Downtown" for a little shopping with a special stop at the Harley store for the 3 Harley riders in our group. There were about 8 little shops in "downtown" and there was only one I saw that sold real Alaskan made goods. We had a light meal at a good coffee shop on the downtown strip. We also picked up a few souvenirs after verifying that my purse, which I left on the shuttle was safely back at ...
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Observations and Anecdotes At the end of a trip, I like to look back at various events I might not have blogged about but which, in retrospect, were interesting to me. Here are the ones for this trip: * Gee and Haw are calls used for draft animals all over the world and it even includes sled dogs. Etymology is a bit vague but seems to go back to "Ree" derived from "right" evolving to "Gee". These "non-words" work better because they are sharp commands and ...
... one time it housed the Murphy Dome Air Force Station and a long range radar site. It was then decommissioned and is now under the jurisdiction of the 611 Air Support Group out of Elmsdorf Air Force Base. It is unmanned and only inhabited from time to time by civilian maintenance personnel. It was a good 45 minute tour through rural Alaska. We saw a moose on the side of the road and Kim got a cell phone shot of it. We ...
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