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TravelPod Member ReviewsQupqugiaq Inn Anchorage
Very comfy hang out area with multiple sets of sofas, chairs both indoor and outdoor (in the back). The breakfast was decent..The dining table was huge and was the center piece where I got lots of tips about Alaska both from the owner and the fellow travellers.
The room was ok but there was no curtain. It was not at all helpful for my first night in Alaska in the summer because the sky was dark only from 11pm-2am. Moreover, the hotel was just next to the busy road. So if you were to choose here for price, be prepared with earplugs and eyemask.
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... 000 residents. It has lots of good shopping and sites to see. The museums are top notch and the city offers tours that cater to the cruise industry so there is lots to see and do.
We are all finding Alaska expensive including gas. We are paying $4 a gallon for unleaded and $4.25 for diesel.
Hope this finds you all missing the hurricane and ensuing bad weather.
... August when we arrived, and I had to put my studded tires on the last week in September to prepare for snow. Alright, so I probably should write three more things to make it a nice even 10, but I'm goona call it a night. Long story longer, Ryan and I miss all of our wonderful friends and family, but we are pretty confident that Alaska will be a great place to call home. lastly, I promise to not let three months go by before my next post:) ...
... touched down safely into Anchorage. The taxiing was strange though as the aeroplane halted to a sharp braking, causing everyone to jolt forward. We looked out the window and realised the aeroplane braked to avoiding hitting a Dash 8 aircraft - in other words, the same aircraft I work on in my job. How embarrassing.
Anchorage airport was a very clean and sterile looking area, although it did have some character to it. Unfortunately that's where ...
... trail crossed the major road to the international airport before getting to Lake Hood seaplane base. I couldn't believe the number of planes on the lake nor a bit further on when it was just like a busy parking lot for cars, only there were hundreds, if not thousands, of small planes - I had never seen so many planes in one place. As 90% of Alaska is not served by roads, aviation is the state's major form of transportation, with it having 6 times as many pilots per capita ...
... to the glacier view point. What we didn't count on was the mosquitoes and I was a fool for taking off my travel vest which had at least one "OFF with Deet" towelette in it for my hoodie which had nothing of the sort in it. We hardly made it to the viewpoint before the bugs were really eating at me. (Don't know why it seems I'm the one who get's "bugged" the most?!) The view wasn't that good ...