Motel 6 Anchorage Midtown
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Amazing Scenery, Abundant Wildlife
and more Glaciers then you can poke a stick at.
Alaska what an amazing place and fantastic trip l have just
completed. The group was small (12 of us) and only one weirdo, the men out
numbered the woman and there were more non-drinkers than drinkers!!!
Frist stop was Seward where we visited Exit Glacier and the
more adventures of the group (not me) did the strenuous hike to the top while
the rest of us did the easy walk. ...
We slept in a little, and got a late start - BUT - we weren't in a burry today anyway. We drove by Ship Creek, where Anchorage was founded as a tent city during the Gold Rush. Current population is just under 300,000; and covers 1,961 square miles. There is everything you would expect in a big city including Lowes, Olive Garden, Target, Walgreens and Starbucks. Anchorage is known for its summer flowers and hanging baskets ...
... that is internationally famous for its science including studies of bowhead whales that demonstrated that previous research had grossly underestimated whale numbers. The department’s work led the International Whaling Commission to end the ban on whaling by Inupiat and set a quota to ensure a sustainable take. More recently I spent a day with staff from the Chickaloon Tribal Village Corporation digging nests to deposit artificially incubated salmon ...
... claw (similar to a Sally Lunn but with cream cheese & almonds inside). The coffee was huge, but I was in the cafe for a couple of hours so needed it (though had to get it nuked after a while to heat it up!).
I carried on my ambling around downtown, it is such a pretty central city with flowers & gardens all over. When I went into a bank I was told that there is a big clean up in the spring after all the snow & flowers are planted & looked after by the ...
... you. Nothing like walls of ice to put you in your place and regain some perspective. Got back to Al and Stevie's late in the evening for a BBQ picnic in the park across the way - delicious freshly caught fish and wonderful company waste perfect way to end such an amazing day. 19th June 2013 was my last day in Anchorage. With both Al and Stevie at work I had a quiet day walking around the city of Anchorage through all the gift stores, Veterans ...