SpringHill Suites Anchorage University Lake
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Woke to a miserable rainy day. Our good luck with weather could not last. Went to the Alaska Native Heritage Centre. Excellent arrangement of newly constructed (2000) typical native buildings from the 8 or 9 different First Nation groups in Alaska. Each had a guide who explained skins, drums, or told of the decor of each. Kayaks, totem poles, a fish smoke house and caches also, all around a small lake. We walked around, ...
... wrap around deck. Please note the one picture that I took from her family room to the outside.. It was taken at 11:30 the other night with no flash or lights needed.
Not sure if I'll get another blog done before late Thursday night at the airport. We're having dinner with Randy's best friend from here, Claire, and her family on Thursday night (Randy's anniversary, which is ...
... lady told us the flight was nearly empty. Worked out really well for us as she turned a blind eye to my luggage that was 5 pounds over, plus we each got 3 seats to ourselves. Who says virgins don't deliver?
Flight was good, we each had a window plus the 2 seats next to us so managed to lie down a bit during our red eye express. Never been on a plane so empty in my life, seriously there were only about 20 passengers on ...
... the tour to begin. This commenced inside a restored pub called Doc Maynards. Doc Maynard was one of the founding fathers in Seattle. He encouraged business growth and helped the town thrive. He was also a drunk and encouraged debauchery so it was appropriate we started in a bar. After an introduction to the tour and history of old town Seattle we got split into groups and headed for the stairs. The underground tour basically takes ...
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Anchorage. A city where, as you are traveling down Seward Hwy (Hwy 1) you have Cook's Inlet on one side of the road and the Rocky Mountains straight ahead. The tide goes out twice a day here with six hours in between. high tide and low tide. The tide goes out twice a day. When the tide is out, you can see all the way across the inlet. As you drive around the inlet, the snow-capped mountains are always in your sight. ...