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401 East 6th Avenue, Anchorage, United States
500 West Third Avenue, Anchorage, United States
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... part of the world I hadn't imagined was out there. Seward, I will never forget. Leah Says: After Seward we headed back to Anchorage for another 3 nights. Unfortunately we couldn't make the most of our time back as I got a nasty cold and spent 1 and ½ ...
... via mid-town - very boring and very straight roads - something I think we will have to get used to! Then on to the Anchorage Museum of History and Art. Loads of Native Alaskan Artifacts (including the stuffed bear and moose in the photos and a musk ...
After a long day of traveling we arrived in Anchorage, the biggest city of Alaska with around 400,000 “Anchoranians”. Life must be harsh down here in winter surrounded by snow covered mountains, and a muddy bay in front of it. We arrived ...
... Alaskan Railways, quicker than you could save priv pass, she had organised my fellow accountant to take me hiking 50 miles outside Anchorage. The mountains were stunning, there was still snow on them, the lakes were full of glacier ice water which is too ...
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8800 Heritage Center Dr, Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Alaskan native culture is presented through storytelling, dancing, craft-making and simulated, life-sized villages representing each of the five main indigenous groups.
121 W 7th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Located in downtown Anchorage, this museum offers exhibits on Alaskan culture.
Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Entrance at W 2nd Ave, Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Popular biking trail along the coast.
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Posted by nealinthailand
... a jumping off point for the great outdoors. MONEY: despite most locals ferverant objections, alaska is indeed part of the united states and uses the U.S. dollar. ATM machines are numerous as are their user fees ($3-4 per transaction). unlike many ...
Posted by baphometdemon
Interesting is definitely a relative term, for me it would have to be San Francisco, with Seattle, Anchorage, Vegas and Washington DC all close behind. (And Portland, but that's a personal affinity).
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