River Terrace Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... so we left a bit earlier than we would have otherwise. Spike was kind enough to rearrange his day and give us a lift to SFO, where we arrived ten minutes before the counter opened. We were first in line, which was probably a good thing. The problem with the ticket did indeed turn out to be a nonissue, but then it transpired that both my bag and Cindy's bag are far too heavy to carry on, so there was some quick tearing apart of our carefully ...
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... spent pretty much of the day exploring along the Chilkoot River north of Haines - banks and inlets were dotted with salmon fishermen with a few bears and bald eagles hanging out nearby. We got back to the room and booked a late reservation at the dining room in the Halsingland Hotel - a National Historic Landmark, which once was the Commanding Officers Quarters of Historic Fort Seward. We parked the Jeep and our little Adventure Trailer in front of ...
... consisted of a box of Sees candy that got passed around the table. MUCH discussion ensued at every plate as to what the likely filling was for each piece, and it only made it all the way around twice before someone got the bright idea of getting a knife and cutting the remaining three or four pieces in half so we would know what was inside. (The cut pieces all disappeared, magically, as well, so no matter what was inside, SOMEONE ...