- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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It's the final day of our land tour portion of Alaska and while it's been so wonderful to see so many amazing places it's making me realize how much more there is to see and experience in Alaska. It is truly a place full of wonder. There are many part time residents in Alaska, most of which live here May through Mid September. If you could find a …
... passengers take pictures. The boat lurched and strained as he, amazingly, held it in place. I will say that I was impressed by the boat's ability to stay steady and by the captain's ability to get the boat to perform. He told us that the boat did not have any depth finders or navigational aids. With 11 years of experience, he simply knew the river. So many of the people working in Alaska have seasonal jobs. This young man was a boat captain ...
... where we had lunch. After that, there is a whole lot of "nothing" between Wasilla and Talkeetna.
Talkeetna is on a spur road 15 miles off the highway. We are staying at Denali Fireside Inn & Suites on the main road. It is small but very clean, had a welcoming hostess on arrival, and is a short walk from Main Street. The town caters to tourists since it's a stop on the Alaska Railroad, plus many different excursions like Denali flight-seeing, jet boat tours, ...
... on fishing charters. Next stop was the Visitor’s Centre to ask if there was anyone else around who does boat cruises – there wasn’t. The man in there, Ned, suggested a flight so I said the people in the Wrangell St Elias area maintain that the best scenery in Alaska is there. Ned said they say that because they are there! He said that the scenery is different here & as it’s such a great, sunny day & all the mountains are visible a flight would ...
... and told me to grab the net. I did, and in the scuffle that ensued, I hit the fish with the net in the murky water, knocked the lure right our of its mouth, and we watched it swim away. Josh just looked at me as I said, "Ok maybe you better show me how to use this exactly." Good thing that man loves me. Of course, he did text all our friends about the incident, and I received a lot of **** not only from him the rest of the summer, but from them too. LOL On one of our Sheep ...