Lake Hood Inn
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... 25 per night); 3) it is very close to where Daniel works and the Rotary club HQ. 4) I talked to the owner, Don Luis, and he seems very friendly and accommodating; 5) Daniel visited the hotel and he said it was very comfortable, clean and he knew Don Luis since Don Luis used to be his father's classmate; 6) and of course...it has A/C, free WIFI, laundry, breakfast, private bathroom and cable TV...what more do I want for $25 bucks a night!
... it had a view. There are 2 outdoor decks, but it was starting to mist a bit and frankly the view was rather industrial. Matt had the sockeye salmon special that was delicious. (he ordered the king salmon, but they were out) My Cobb salad was ok. Sarah had the hummus plate which she liked. They house Sleeping Lady brewery, Matt rated the beer as okay.
We headed back to the Captain Cook, showered and went to bed as we had to be in Palmer at ...
... the effects of the quake. It was a 9.2 on March 27th 1964 (Good Friday) and it lasted for 4 minutes and 36 seconds. This would have seemed like an eternity.
After this tour we rechecked at the Hospitality Centre and still no news. L
We returned to the Federal Building so we could see the 5pm screening of "The day the earth shook". This was quite a good documentary about the earthquake. It had real footage ...
... was the fastest growing community in America in the 1980s (and may still be). About 30% of the ~8000 people who live here commute to Anchorage. ( think we’re about 40 mi from Anchorage.
While Seward is the historical starting point of the Iditirod, Wasilla is the actual starting point now because it reliably has sufficient snow at the right time. Also in winter, contestants play a game of ice golf on the Wasilla lake in the center of town, in addition to ...
... that to the boys. Wildberry is one of those gift shops that sells all touristy stuff and I usually wouldn't go there to buy stuff, but they also have a 2 story tall chocolate fountain. Cole was so disappointed that they weren't allowed to actually dip food in it. We let them get some jellybeans (root beer, cream soda, cotton candy, Dr. Pepper and toasted marshmallow were the favorites - YUCK). Then we went to Alaska Fur Exchange - ...