Returning to Fairbanks after 40 years, you find yourself in love again. The physical beauty of Alaska shares the beauty of what makes Alaska so spectacular: the people.
Taking the train from Anchorage to Denali and then to Fairbanks, scenery that is beyond comprehension.
If you make Fairbanks your basecamp, rent a car and you can go just about anywhere: Denali for white water rafting, jeep safaris, and helicopter rides; up to Chena Hot Springs or the North Pole.
Esther Gold Camp, river boat trips, University of Alaska's museum or the Yukon museum in downtown Fairbanks, Pioneer Park for their all you can eat salmon bake, prime rib, cod, and halibut.
Chocolate cake, blueberry cobbler, and coffee that would make Starbuck's jealous.
We stayed at the Spring Hill Suites by Marriott. The staff was superb. Make your own waffle in the a.m. with a wonderful continental breakfast or wait and have dinner at LaVelle's.
If you are there and want to see the Northern Lights, you can go to www.photosymphony.com.
There are no words to adequately express what Alaska is. You just have to go and experience it for yourself.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Come stay in downtown Fairbanks next to the Chena River. Featuring separate areas for sleeping, eating and working, SpringHill Suites provides guests with a microwave, mini-fridge, desk and pull-out sofa bed. Enjoy complimentary continental breakfast buffet and airport shuttle, as well as pool, whirlpool, exercise room and wireless. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Springhill Suites Fairbanks Hotel Fairbanks
- Fairbanks Springhill Suites
- SpringHill Suites Fairbanks Alaska