Girdwood Suite Retreat
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... scattered cloud. We had breathtaking views of the majestic mountains and glaciers. We stopped for a hot chocolate and cookie there at 3 pm, after our lunch of croissants and an apple for this morning's breakfast. Our B & B had apples at the door for us to take which was nice. Greg walked further up to the top of the hill there.
From here we went to our Girdwood Guesthouse and were very pleased. It is like a little Swiss Chalet and we have downstairs with ...
... you all. After that we went to the Farmer's Market. It has a different feel than ours. There weren't any farmers, as near as I could tell. It seemed more like an outdoor gift shop. I found a pair of earrings I liked, but they were made in Vermont, not Alaska, so I passed. Keaton found himself a hand dipped ice cream bar that looked pretty amazing. But I had gotten some cookie dough yesterday, so I didn't mind missing ...
... as they went down into the water. We watched bits calving off and listened to the crunching, groaning and popping of the glaciers. They are pretty awesome as they are so large. There were lots of little icebergs passing by, as well as chunks. I forget what the smaller icebergs are called- maybe growlers.
Back into town and I went out to dinner with our new friends, Peter and Linda. John, who we met on the train, was coming up to visit his ...
Today I was the last person to wake up and I almost missed breakfast. The Bandelins went to Seward for the day and we had nothing planned. My mom took us to Alyeska to go hiking on the trail my brother picked out. The trail was 2.5 miles (5M round trip) long and through a beautiful wooded area. At the end of ...
... station wagon with a mattress in the back and elk antlers zip-tied to the hood. I saw some very nice RVs and I saw some one-man tents...and it appeared that everyone was happy. Kids in short sleeved t-shirts and wellingtons were splashing and throwing stones in the water. There were campfires burning, people coasting along on bikes, families eating scoops of ice cream. It was a very relaxed atmosphere and I wasn't ...
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