Lakeshore Motor Inn
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We finished packing our 5 suitcases and 3 carry-ons at about 8 pm last night. I have got to learn how to pack light! I tried to convince my family to skip formal night, but Sarah was horrified! She tried to negotiate/ plead for at least one formal night, in the end Matt sided with Sarah and we were dressing for dinner. Dressing for dinner accounts for about 1.5 suitcases. I will mention that we took 4 suitcases on our last cruise, which was 1 day in FLL, pre-cruise and an 8 day Caribbean ...
Our last day in Alaska. It's a beautiful place, and if you get the chance you should come. We would both recommend that a road trip is better than a cruise, as you really do see more, and get out of the tourist crushes that occur around the docks. The view from the boat is great, but you really do need to get out there amongst it all to do it justice.
Seward, apart from some beefs about their price gouging, is a lovely picturesque seaside resort where ...
Tea tonight was at the Snow Goose. I tried a cocktail called a Snow Dog and wished I hadn't – it was Kahlua, vodka, root beer and cream. Not the best. Stephen tried a local beer and couldn’t finish it. The food was nice however and made up for the drinks.,
On our return to our hotel the manager asked us our room number and when we said 307 he said he had a bag for us. Yay!! My bag had returned. I was ...
... skiing, snow-mobiling, and skating. There was lots of talking about the weather on the train - - they had a long, hard winter, late breakup, and then one of the hottest summers on record.
The agricultural area between Wasilla and Anchorage Ithe Matanuska Valley) is home to the gigantic vegetables for which Alaska is famous (I think the guide said 150 lb cabbages!) There’s usually a 110-day growing season with 16-19 hours of sun/day. Many of the large, ...
... This store, on the outskirts of town, has EVERYTHING - all native made and beautiful! Wood carvings, soapstone and ivory carvings, native drums and paintings and baskets. Spirit masks. Art made from antlers, fossils and teeth and bones. Pelts and fur clothing. The last time we were here we bought a pair of fox fur booties for Quinn (we still have them). We browsed around the store for way too long. Quinn ended up getting a spirit ...