Econo Lodge Airport Anchorage
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... Susitna borough which includes Wasilla and Palmer. (Alaska has bouroughs rather than counties). Within the city limits of Anchorage, there are an estimated 1,500 moose, nearly 250 black bears and almost 60 brown bears! (I noticed we have moose droppings, not fresh, about 10 ft outside the coach's door.)
While we waited for the tire balance. We set off on foot to find ...
After this sorry excuse for a winter (hey Boston, we would happily take that snow) we were more than ready to head out for our winter sabbatical. The plan is first to the Galapagos, then to Costa Rica for a while and finishing up with some time visiting family in North Carolina. Cleverly starting the packing process a week ahead of our departure, we were able to easily finish just after calling our cab.
Today we visited the Alaskan heritage museum it was extremely cool. It had replicas of all of the housing methods of the native Americans in Alaska. Most of the houses were made underground and were very hot and roomy. The wooden houses were huge and usually had a dancing circle in the center of the hut. The native Americans on ...
... and me, before I could even read the hotel names advertised on it fast enough to flag it down! I waited a while longer and then irritably hustled back into the terminal to ask the nearest employee where a payphone was since my shuttle wasn’t showing up and I didn’t have any cell service. She called the hotel for me and got the shuttle to pick me and 3 others up with just a 10 minute wait…why didn’t I do this an hour earlier?!
... ended up with a small chicken Caesar and a bowl of salmon chowder. Problem was the chowder had run out, and would take another hour or so to cook a new batch, so we settled in for a second drink and tried the large oysters the other couple were eating. At $3 a piece, we settled for 4, pretty chewy, but quite tasty.
The bar conversation was loud, there were three or four TV's running, and a live band with an over -zealous drummer, so conversation was pretty ...