SpringHill Suites Anchorage University Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some odd reason they would not take reservation for the week of 4th of July, asked several time what’s up with that, they reply it’s how they do it. (Dumb). We are now parked in a Cablea’s parking lot because everything is full. (Christy refused to use Wal-Mart). Everywhere we stopped they were full. There is still a fire ban in Anchorage and everything north of here, so no FIREWORKS ...
... hike, I was really afraid someone was going to fall all the way down! We were able to find a patch a snow we could get to and took a picture. Of course there was a gift shop and we bought an ornament made from moose poop!
Wildlife Conservation Center: we enjoyed our stop here, using another Northern Lights coupon. We saw all the animals, except no porcupine.... The brown bears had been fed recently, one was ...
... in the Arctic. They are fast and easy to use and it’s easy to see why they replaced dog sleds as transport, -- and are the coolest recreational toy around. Urbanites can park one in their garage - something not possible with a dozen or more barking sled dogs. They fulfilled my basic human needs for speed, thrills and instant gratification. As a new experience, the appeal of a snow mobile was equal to the dog sled but profoundly different. I’d take either one again in a ...
... of gift shops and eateries & not much else, that is apart from the fishing down at the small boat harbour. The views across the harbour were fabulous so on my walk back to the train I took the opportunity to sit several times to take it in.
There were numerous campers parked up around the town, most of them the huge Winnebago, or similar, type. Personally I cannot see the point of moving from the privacy of one’s home to holiday in a camper, or tent, with your ...
... to see. While there are approximately 60 bore tides around the world, the tides in Alaska and China are by far the largest.
We arrived at our viewing spot, Bird Point, after a four hour drive from Homer. We got there an hour early in order to maximize our ability to see the tide as we were fully expecting lots of other people, tour buses and ...