Travel Blogs from Fairbanks
This was our final day. We had breakfast in a nearby bagel shop, where we also entered into the Nenana Ice Classic (www.nenanaakiceclassic.com), a century old betting pool that tracks the exact time the ice will give out on the Tanana River in Nenana. You can buy a ticket for $2.50 and guess when the ice will break up on the by date and time. The …
The following day we had breakfast at the Trucker café and they offer a great breakfast menu and then packed our bags and loaded into the minivan.
Today we were driving south and heading for Fairbanks. This was a fairly leisurely drive as we had the best part of the day and enabled us to make stops along the way and get out and take photos, the …
Hi guys, we left Valdez at 7:00am yesterday and pretty much spent the whole day on the bus. It was a 500km hike, but was necessary to get to our destination. I must say we saw numerous very spectacular things including waterfalls and glaciers and we even visited Santa's House at North Pole. Not the real Nth Pole, but the yanks have named a place …
Today we return to the US following the "Top of the World Highway" and we are hoping that we shall have time to watch the very infrequently seen transit of the planet Venus across the sun. At our latitude of approx. 65 degrees North, we have the favourable tilt of the earth towards the sun and therefore, with clear skies we could see the entire …
I am writing this from Boston Logan Airport as my flight has been delayed an hour due to weather elsewhere so thought I would get a start on Alaska while I have some free time. In terms of the weather, a lot of flights from D.C, New York and surrounds are all delayed due to storms passing through which in turn effects us even …
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