Alaska Fishing Lodge - Wilderness Place Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The bone dry place where I parked between cars was now vacant except for a huge puddle. Over a foot deep, it was a challange to get it out without getting too wet. I was already in my bicycle riding clothes (it was only a 2 mile ride back to our hotel and planned on riding back in my sweaty shorts and T-Shirt). Although, I did plan ...
... on the cruise. The exhibits were of a very high quality and quite extensive. They even had video of the Metlakatla dancers we had just seen. We spent quite a while there. We had intended to go to the Alaska Native Heritage Center but decided this would do.
We walked back home to get the car to then drive to some of the sites we had seen on the trolley tour. At 5 pm we came back to go to Simon & Seafort's for dinner just down the street a bit. It looks ...
Mandatory tourist stuff. Decided on Anchorage Museum. Crummy, rainy day - high barely into the 50's, fairly hard rain. Anchorage Museum is good - some nice exhibits, LOTS of Native artifacts, a detailed history of Anchorage from the 1700's through about 1998. They say they are updating, but nothing recent at all. Lunch at Humpy's Alehouse, right downtown. SLOW service. Good beer selection, huge portions, but took an hour and a half ...
... br> Finished watching Lone Survivor on this leg of the journey. All the pics at the end of the move made me tear up.
What can I say, just amazing, thrilling views!!!
So overcast and rainy when touched down, sorta reminded me of home :-)
So, we had some time to kill before our 4pm RV orientation appointment with Great Alaskan Holidays, so we grabbed a bite ...
... glaciers. We realise the strange, dam-like embankment the road ran on 50 miles back must have been one of these. We stop at Waterfowl Lakes (mile 85.5), which do have lots of birds on them, and take photos, including some Trumpeter swans, in the lakes on either side. The lakes are "kettle lakes" left from a large lump of glacial ice forming a depression in the ground and eventually melting.
We stop at a very isolated National park style toilet at a bridge where ...