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Travel Blogs from Anchorage
It's been a long, arduous day traveling from Washington to Anchorage via Denver, Portland, and Seattle. But I made it to Alaska! And the trip ended on a good note – I got First Class from Seattle to Anchorage, which is extremely rare on a domestic flight since United adopted Continental’s policy two-plus years ago of gifting unlimited …
... Plainfield, IL. Small world isn’t it?
We did visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center, a non-profit org. dedicated to preserving Alaska’s Culture and Heritage. Our guide took us through 10,000 years of Alaska Native History and culture through dance and game demonstrations, explanation of traditional
Native dwellings, and some excellent exhibits.
It was well worth the time.
... We did find a bride and groom posing for pictures so extended congratulations to them and went on our way.
Day 3 found us at the Alaska Museum of History. What an amazing place. Four floors of displays depicting Alaska from the beginning of time to current times. The dislays and commentary were outstanding. Six hours later we emerged, our heads spinning with information.
Our weatherman was ...
... of all airline tickets, 87 percent of all cruises, 81 percent of all tours and packages, 45 percent of all car rentals and about 47 percent of all hotels. *
91. Don’t Like Letter Writing?
A good travel agent will send a letter to the airline or hotel for you if you should have a bad flight or poor service at a hotel.
92. Sound Important When Talking About Your Trip
After a bragging about a great trip to coworkers or the ...
... at the AMC Rodeo for the Combat Challenge... more Pacific Air Forces and Hq Air Force awards than I could count.....and then the ultimate....CUI and a wing that was less than 2 yrs old.....a wing with some units more "green" (Army) than "blue" (Air Force) earned an overall "Excellent"! ....and was awarded the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award!
To be a Command Chief is one thing, but to have worked through the complexities ...