Westmark Fairbanks Hotel and Conference Center
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... entertained by a guitar and fiddle player before and during stops which I am sure was a way to use up a little time.
We stopped by the dredge and a lady nicknamed "Yukon" gave of the history of the dredge. It is a ladder dredge operated by the Fairbanks Exploration Co. from 1928 to 1959. Starting in the 1920s, water was brought to the area through the 90-mile "Davidson Ditch" for gold mining. ...
After a sunny night's sleep and big breakfast courtesy of John and his cat, Andrew decided to head off to the nearest car place to get the old girl a fresh oil change while I mulled around the house. Apparently oil changes are way more expensive up here, although to be fair, everything is way more expensive up here. Our first stop of the day was the Museum of the North at the University of Alaska. It was surprisingly good, given that I am not ...
... set up to shoot for the night. We were gearing up as fast as we could to get out there prior to increased activity. I can't help but think that it could be out and gone in 5 minutes, although that has not really been the case during our trips. We've been lucky enough to get some time to view and photograph.
We weren't far from our spot for the night so we got out there and got set up. There were a ...
... and dinner is quite good.
Because I had spent most of my day chasing Jenny’s clothes and camera I think she felt kind and said that we would go to Chena Hot Springs. It is 56 miles away so we weren’t going to go as Jenny doesn’t like hot springs. It is me that loves soaking in them. We travelled out the 56 miles and found out they are at the end of the road. It is a big resort that has a lot of activities like horse riding and ...
... up. I'd highly recommend this option.
From our seats in the domed car we saw some beautiful scenery and a number of animals. It was a terrific trip, and the best train ride I have ever taken.
We arrived in Anchorage about 8 PM and picked up our luggage. The shuttle driver, Bob was there to meet us and got us to the River's Edge Cabins quickly.
Our room at the River's Edge Cottages was picturesque on the and quite adequate ...