Knik River Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... br> I made my Hotel reservations at the "Hotel Jeshua...su hogar lejos de casa" ("your home away from home"), check their website at the following link: http://www.hoteljeshua.com/.
I selected this hotel because of several reasons: 1) I checked a travel review page and this hotel had a high score and excellent comments from people who stayed there (mostly Americans); 2) the price is extremely good ...
... saw the ceremonial starting point of the Iditarod and looked in the shops eventually heading back to the hotel to organize a bit.
Anchorage had a fair amount of tourists mingling around as there was a cruise ship docked. Originally I had wanted to go to the weekend market, but with flight changes I thought would be too late to go then decided after the trolley that it really was too late.
We decided on the SnowGoose for dinner as ...
... meal for a small size serving.
Then we went into the Federal Building where our bags were scanned and we went through a metal detector. The exhibit in there was quite interesting and revolved around the National Park type sphere. Someone called out that there was a 45 minute walking tour of the 1964 earthquake. We decided to do that.
Roger was our guide and he was a very informative person. He showed us a few places that ...
... match for Ilse’ new Alaskan wardrobe (don’t miss http://762precision.wordpress.com/no-ug ly-guns-women-shoot-too/). I didn’t win of course but I’ve recently discovered the “wellarmedwoman.com” – “where the feminine and firearms meet” and I’ve booked Ilse in for a whole makeover. Plus we get a set of shotgun shell party lights (pink and multicolour) that will look fabulous on the Xmas tree.
... where it would land and let them off. It sounds kind of risky to me, but a lot of them (all seemed to be from Minnesota) were going to do it.
In Wasilla, a town clearly oriented toward “manly” pursuits, I could see a dramatic range of mountains to the north (or maybe the west). The jagged peaks emerge from and then hide behind the clouds as we went along. The less impressive Talkeetna mountains have been running along to the East for a long time. ...