- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 9 PM and it was still bright. The Denali Bluffs hotel is a fairly rustic but adequate set of cabins on the hill overlooking the beautiful mountains. We ate dinner at the hotel which specializes in bar-b-que. It was a decent restaurant with mediocre service. After dinner and a few drinks we called it a day because our 13 hour tour on a school bus to the end of Denali was scheduled for 6:30 AM the following ...
... Girdwood, we managed to get back on the highway for about 15 minutes before we stopped again. This time it was to walk a mile and a half through the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. This place is about the happiest place I have ever witnessed animals rehabing. All the animals just seemed happy and playful. So different then the zoo. We saw caribou, bison, moose, brown bears, ox, black bears, elk, lynx, porcupine, owls, and a fox. ...
... totally worth it. The next day was the 4th and the big Mount Marathon race in Seward. If you haven't heard of it, google it! Its a very tough foot race straight up a 3022 foot mountain. It's only about 3 miles total distance but the incline is intense and even more so dangerous. There are 3 races that day. The juniors start at 11:30 the women around 1pm (I think) and the men's race was at 3pm. We were able to live stream the juniors and ...
... were all able to touch an arm and feel how strong his suction cups are. There were a total of 3 crabs to feed to the octopus...guess they usually have 3 groups of 2. Sarah and a lady in the other group fed the octopus, after 2 crabs he really wasn't interested an swam away. All in all it was pretty cool, but I expected to see more than 1 octopus. I learned quite a bit about the octopus, I had no idea they were so intelligent. ...
Today was a scheduled sea day with a visit to the Hubbard Glacier. After a day of calm seas we arrived at the Hubburd Glacier to watch the large chucks of blue ice floating past, unsure if they have to reach a certain size to be called ice bergs but some were the size of buses. The glacier made the sound of thunder each time the ice cracked causing large pieces to ...
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