Motel 6 Anchorage Midtown
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As we only had a hundred miles or so to ride to Anchorage, we were all a bit tardy about getting out of bed. The day presented itself calmly and beautifully, and the 19 or 20 hour daylight was bright and beckoning us up. I had put blankets over the windows, to act as thick curtains, the previous evening, because the …
We woke up early as we had to be at the ferry terminal by 07:00. Packing up camp was fast and we were there in plenty of time so we detoured for coffee. Yum!
The ferry trip took about 6 hours. We had breakfast onboard and then proceded out on deck where we stayed for a good part of the trip. The panorama was again spectacular and our …
After 2 flights with a connection in Salt Lake City with some spectacular scenery out the window on the way into Anchorage we were finally there. We were very tired after the early start and on arrival we found the cell phone wasn't working so we couldn't call the courtesy shuttle. We got a taxi instead and were glad to find a nice new hotel when …
I really wish I could write that we had an amazing 4th of July in the largest town in Alaska, but unfortuntely we did not. I took a nice little parting gift from the Saphire Princess ship - a nasty cold/flu virus. We spent all of 4th of July looking at the walls of the Motel 6 outside the Anchorage airport and watching the very interesting alaskan …
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We carry on through dense pine forest, seeing the Alaska Pipeline at times. We see a pipe bridge, and the characteristic radiator-equipped pylons which ...
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