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After the Trolley we had a little extra time so we looked at the sea planes and watched them take off and land at nearby Lake Hood. It is the world's busiest seaplane base, with about 780 planes and annual average of 190 flights ...
... it does not get dark here there are no fireworks till they celebrate New Years Eve. We found a TV channel that had the New York fireworks and watched it for our 4th celebration.
On the fifth we drove down to Girdwood for the Alyeska Tram ride and the Forest Fair. The Tram ride was great, the views of Turnagain Arm take your breath away and for a bonus parasails were taking off about every 5 ...
Interacting with Nature? - Alaska is your Place! Took off today headed south down the Seward Highway, which follows Turnagain Arm (Captain Cook said "I must Turn my Ship Again" because he couldn't go any further north, due to the ice). Captain Cook was a VERY busy guy. Came to Beluga Point, where I had heard the Beluga Whales were feeding. No whales to be seen, but we did catch the Alaska Railroad going ...
... animals for about half an hour i walked over to meat the guide. He walled use around every single bit of the park explaining every little details about the animals. where they live, about the diet they eat, activates they may show in the wild even when they may be hibernating, there was no detail left out.
At 11:30 the tour finished and I was hungry, I went to buy lunch form the zoo's coffee shop, it ...
... Moosetooth pizza
Favourite drink- Grgich Hills Fume Blanc@Whaletail
I do not waste time on sleep during my infrequent vacations. But but it is day 4 and we are both pretty spent. We slept in, took a dip in the hotel hot tub and had a fantastic breakfast of the tourist loving reindeer sausage and eggs. Not too bad if I do say so myself. The rest of the day was spent relaxing and exploring parts of down town we had not seen. We ...