Westmark Fairbanks Hotel and Conference Center
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They say it's not the destination, it's the journey. Well, I can say that we are very happy to be at our destination. Our travel to beautiful Fairbanks really encompassed 2 days. The drive down to LA from Mariposa and the 2 leg flight from LA to Anchorage and on to Fairbanks. I did, however, underestimate the entertainment factor of traveling with …
... Center attached thereto. We had lunch at Cookie Jar of Food Channel's Diners, Dives and Drive-ins. We thoroughly enjoyed the UAF Museum of the North. The exhibits were very interesting and well done. We visited Pioneer Park which turned out to be a great theme park and historical site for families. Old cabins had been relocated there and were part of a historical village. There were several restaurants, an antique auto ...
Leisurely morning indulging in a chat with Tim and Mary Beth over breakfast. Caught up on blog posting and pic uploading now that we have good Internet again. Feeling in need of exercise, we hoofed it about a mile down the road and back. Then, yet again, we sampled the Pikes Landing menu for lunch -- it's the only food place in miles on foot. ...
... with a coat and a hat for exactly half of the cost of our previous parka. Now we look like locals. Well, maybe a little stiff, colorful, and clean but a few night trips out searching for the aurora should take care of that!
It was back to the grocery store for supplies and then to the lodge to get ready for the night's event.
Bob Conzemius, a Great Lakes Aurora Hunter flew in and got to the lodge around 5:00 PM. Bob is ...
... 2-story roadhouse) that he described and pictures of Rika herself! It is located on the old Valdez-Fairbanks trail where it crosses the Tanana River, so we’re reasonably certain that James Harris and his sons passed there and, possibly, stayed at Rika's Roadhouse.
The next morning, Randy and I had another pleasant breakfast (avocado omelet). As it has been each day, all of the guests sit around the original dining table where we are served on nice ...