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Posted November 15th, 2012 - 9:34 pm by from Syracuse, United States (Permalink)
I am planing to go to alaska during Christmas!
What do you think about it?
Is it fun for people to stay there?
Is there any recommendation to visit?
Is there anybody go there during that day?
and also is there any cuach available???

I dont have enough infomation with me.
I cant anything without your help....
I am so happy if anyone reply me!
Thank you:)

Posted November 19th, 2012 - 8:03 am by from North Pole, United States (Permalink)

Cool you're coming to visit! Literally actually... December is pretty chilly here in Fairbanks/North Pole that time of year...

But could you be more specific about your itinerary? Alaska is a big place and to say you're just visiting Alaska is pretty nonspecific. Alaska in the winter time is about as fun as YOU make it.

As far as couch requests please don't hesitate to request couches from the couch request feature from hosts. There's lots of us up here that are willing to meet you if you pick us to host you.

Safe travels. Stay warm and enjoy your visit!


Posted November 25th, 2012 - 4:19 pm by from Syracuse, United States (Permalink)
Thank you for your reply.

The most big thing what I want to is to see aurola.
but I heard some of things about Alaska.
I can skiing, ice fishing, hot spring.
So if its possible I want to do those of them too.

I havent dicided yet which city I will visit.

and Iam looking for a couch which I can stay over Christmas.

Posted November 25th, 2012 - 11:39 pm by from Wasilla, United States (Permalink)
Hi Yuko,

Fairbanks is a better choice than Anchorage to see the Northern Lights and going to hot springs. However, if you are down in Anchorage or the Mat-Su valley (Wasilla or Palmer) though, get in touch with me! I know some good places for skiing and ice fishing.

I unfortunately can't offer a couch right now but I hope you have an awesome in Alaska. See you soon!