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... going down." She kept asking if we were at Santa's house yet. She did great again and loved the airplane bathroom! We landed in Portland and was happy to finally have an hour layover and finally get lunch, when they announced they we were boarding Alaskan Airlines now! Ugh...we grabbed a snack and hopped back on for another 3 hrs of flight. We begged Reagan to nap, but she was too excited to meet new people, use the bathroom, get a drink from the flight attendant, and ...
... patched with snow and one or two glaciers. We continued through the Chugach National Forest to Portage Lake where we boarded the MV Ptarmigan (national bird of Alaska) for a cruise to the terminal of Portage Glacier. The water is a dull, grey colour due to the suspension of glacial silt. This prevents the sun from penetrating and so the lake is devoid of life. It was hard to believe that only a few weeks ago, the lake was ...
... be careful of the water. Travel agents can advise you on when it is safe and when it’s not safe to drink the water.
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We didn't rise too early as there were jet lag issues to be dealt with, but before long we headed into town for breakfast and a look around what Anchorage had to offer.
The hotel was a little outside the town so we chose to taxi it into town since there were 3 of us.
In the taxi we noticed that some of the streets downtown were closed off to traffic. It turned out they were preparing for a street party in aid of the American Red Cross that night, so we clocked that ...
... America has ever had and the effects of it were unreal. Earthquake Park is a great place to see this as the ground is about 12 feet lower than the surrounding area - all due to the earthquake. We very much enjoyed the tour.
We walked down the street to the Alaska Experience Theater and went in to watch a short movie on the Alaska earthquake. It was only 15 minutes but worth our time to watch it. We learned a bit ...
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