Travel Blogs from Anchorage
... reproducing in whole, one of the menu items:
"Mazeltov Marvel: Oy Vay. Finally something with chutzpah! Qvit kvetching already! Such Pastrami! Such flavah! Better than Klezmer even! Go ahead! Order this Pastrami delight! Don't be meshuggenah. Get noshing..."
And it was delicious!!
But we have one more Russian treat in store. The prize for chutzpah goes to Nina Fefelov, the proprietor of the Samovar Café and ...
... else to stay and we were very tired. Must say though, our dinner there was very yummy, good old fashioned pub grub. Left about 9am next morning. Drove through Sourdough, Glenallen, taking in the Valdez pipeline. Back through Anchorage, then on to Seward on the Kenai Peninsula. Stayed at the Seward Hotel, hmm $250 for the night. Boy, things are expensive in Alaska, especially during Summer. Checked out the Matanuska Glacier. Next day we arrived at Homer. Fantastic ...
... and back). I could feel them dig through my hair; desperate for that fresh blood. They were all over the place.
I was able to capture some very colorful photos. My practice shots consisted of practicing depth of field and macro in cloudy lighting.This was a perfect place to practice capturing different colors, art, and nature.
... you please give us FINGER EXONOMETER .Portable BP Machine,glucose machine,and some medicine like topical cream and whatever you have.
Thanking you while awaiting on your visit
with love and hugs
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... the war. However, it was built of toxic materials and now cannot be demolished. The military thought that Whittier was the perfect location due to the weather, which is usually cloudy and wet, so it was safe from air attacks. As Prince William Sound is full of little islands and rocky protrusions, it was also safe from submarine attack, thus being perfect for a military installation. Whittier is now ...
In the morning, at the Caribou Inn, as I actually looked around the room, there was a sign in the bathroom stating to pull hard on the faucets and if you couldn't get hot water, to try the opposite way on the faucet as some of the plumbing was backwards - I couldn't help it, I had to take a picture! [PHOTO_ID_R=caribou-plumbing.jpg]
Then I noticed that at least I would be safe in the shower, the little non-slip fish that some people put in the bottom of the tub were even on the side of the tub! I'm a terrible person, I completely acknowledge that. Anyway, LJ's only comment about the 'breakfast' part of our B&B experience was "I'm guessing you want to eat somewhere else?" I said yes and we left the Caribou... never to return... I hope.
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