Duke'S 8th Avenue Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Good Friday. March 27, 1964. 5:36 PM. The Great Alaskan Earthquake struck south-central Alaska. It measured 9.2 on the Richter Scale and leveled neighborhoods. Landslides and a tsunami finished the job. 143 people died and untold number of buildings were destroyed. It was the most powerful recorded earthquake in U.S. and North American history and the ...
We left the Westin about 8:30am and took the hotel shuttle to LAX - the international terminal. Grant and I met a nice Alaska Airlines employee who was excited to hear about our journey, and we conversed with two other Alaska Airlines employees on the shuttle, talking about Thailand. Everywhere we go, people have the greatest things to say about their trips to Thailand - it has gotten us even more excited!
At the airport, we checked in to Cathay Pacific airlines, grabbed ...
Lots of young people work at the center, demonstrating crafts and even sports popular in their communities. We sat in the auditorium watching some young men demonstrate feats of strength and agility. This young man is trying to kick the ball with both feet while letting only his hands touch the ground. After he does it they will raise the ball a few inches and try again. ...
... a picture of it, but it seemed like quite a coincidence that we would see two of them in two days. It's a beautiful animal, but too fast, just like any other cat, they are quick! We did see more moose and a porcupine along the road, but other than that, the wildlife was scarce on this drive. The mountain ranges were beautiful when you could see them. We did get a few glimpses of Mt. McKinley, but ...