Anchorage Super 8 Motel
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The ship docked in Seward about 5am, and we were organised to disembark in groups. As we had no flight or tour to catch, we were put into group 7 out of 8, and had a lateish disembark time. Unfortunately we realised by looking at the other luggage tags in the corridor that we were the only ones in group 7, and that the rest of them belonged to a …
This place is far kinder the second time around, but mostly I think that's because I was just on a connecting flight! Woo!
Next time I come here (and I swear, there will be a next time. Sorry, Mum & Craig! =P) I'm gonna stay in Anchorage for a ...
We left from the bank and paddled down river. We started
gaining speed when we got to the rapids. We hit a submerged rock and fell out.
As we jumped in the boat we regained speed, al of use where wet and cold but we
pushed though as a team.
Just before we got to the end the instructor call water fall
so we paddled harder, the drop came fast and before we know it we lunged out ...
... we usually have. On the trail maps we found two trails that were close to our house. We hiked the first trail and found bear claw markings and paw tracks all throughout it. The second trail was gorgeous with valleys and mountains and all kinds of wildlife. I hope some other days we are able to hike these ...
... over a fast flowing river with cabins and rafting companies, see a big pile of scats which are mainly sawdust. We think beaver, but are told later these are moose droppings. Later we get good views of the mountains and the Susitna River valley from the Alaska Range Viewpoint (mile 49.5). Soon after we reverse back 500 metres to find a turnoff to view the rehabilitated remains of the Valdez Creek open cut gold mine (mile 50) but the track is too rough and narrow for the van, and ...