Lake Hood Inn
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David writes: As it was not raining, our guide Cheryl bundled the ten of us (our new HF team, all from UK) into the minibus and we drove up into the foothills for a hike. The low cloud chose to disperse rather than thicken into rain, and we had a sunny day. The track ascended gradually for four and a half miles until we reached Rabbit lake where we had a sack lunch. Great views of Anchorage and ...
(E) Today, we were taken by bus to the depot to board the luxurious domed McKinley Explorer train, belonging to the Holland America Line.
World War 11 really spearheaded the building of the 470 mile long Alaska Railroad that runs from Seward to Fairbanks. The city of Anchorage developed from being a rail construction camp. Our journey took us through South-central Alaska wilderness, much of it inaccessible by car. There are three major mountain ranges running along the ...
... glacier feed river. It had a rely good service the people where rely nice. I was seated in a rely nice area. the food tock about 10 mins to come out and it was rely enjoyable.
The day felt like it went for ever as the days get longer in the summer months. A I walked back to the hostel I meat up with a few people that come from New Zealand. They had been living there for a few years and gave me some more ideas and witch guide to go ...
... noticed webbed patio chairs, tables, plastic baskets and poles beside the railroad track. Dave thought it might be so desolate out here that watching the train go by was the only entertainment. (We were unplugged most of the trip with no access to the cell phone or WiFi most of the time). It turns out the train stops for people if they flag the train down, because there are so few train stations and there is no other way for isolated people ...
... we stopped at the rest area. The Portage and ?. glaciers were magnificent. We drove on north on the Seward Highway into Anchorage. We parked at the Golden Nuggett RV, and got set up. We drove to a nearby shopping area where we got pedicures and ate at the Olive Garden. We were pretty tired after our early rise, and called it a ...