Red Roof Inn Anchorage
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bugged me was that she kept looking at an old flip phone thru out the flight. I had a flip phone about 9 yrs ago, at least this one had a digital screen. Her messing with the phone really made me nervous. Had she been a 20-40 yo ethnic man I would have called security. Fortunately all 3 of us got to snooze a bit. That brings up my other beef with the lady, she woke me up twice. First b/c she had to use the restroom, understandable. The second time she elbowed me and didn't say she was ...
... for a fresh muffin and coffee for breakfast. Found ms Oosterdam just pulling into the port. Being Sunday morning and exactly a week since we arrived, the sister cruise ship to ours had arrived and was in the process of disgorging the next group of a thousand new tourists, who were already gaping at the views.
But what is a perfect morning if it can't be spoiled by a rant. What is it about America that doesn't realise that there are other people on ...
Gavin selected the pizza place we would eat tonight....Flattop Pizza! We let him lead the way, as he had checked out the map. Well....when we arrived and walked inside we realized it was a POOL HALL! Hmmmm....decided that would not be a good choice.....can hear the parents asking....."you what?" Anyway, we found a "family" type pizza place and had a yummy ...
As the author of the 'view from the front porch' I’ve been delighted that my eclectic epistle about life in Alaska has received positive responses from so many readers. It’s a labour of love and an incentive to indulge in creative writing beyond what I normally invest in project reports to government agencies, universities and the like. Necessarily, I’ve written about travels and experiences as the minutiae of office activity would be boring ...
... was the fastest growing community in America in the 1980s (and may still be). About 30% of the ~8000 people who live here commute to Anchorage. ( think we’re about 40 mi from Anchorage.
While Seward is the historical starting point of the Iditirod, Wasilla is the actual starting point now because it reliably has sufficient snow at the right time. Also in winter, contestants play a game of ice golf on the Wasilla lake in the center of town, in addition to ...