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What to do in Anchorage, Alaska: Hiking, Nature Watching, and Moose Watching in Adrienne Landau, Sergio Hudson, and Fashion Bomb Daily Shop!

Happy Thursday!

I almost can’t believe I’m in the airport again, but hey, it’s the Bomb Life! I literally prayed for a life like this, so I will never ever complain.

As I await my flight, I thought I’d tell you what to do in Anchorage, Alaska:

Newsflash: There is nothing to do in Anchorage, Alaska.

I’m just kidding. Well sort of….

Alaska is for nature lovers, so when you go, go for fishing, hiking, dog sledding, skiing, wildlife watching, and camping. The state is VAST (I heard it’s the size of Texas, California, and Washington State COMBINED or something crazy like that), so the best way to experience it is in a car, RV, or on a cruise (for premium whale watching).

If you don’t have a car, you can entertain yourself by going to eat at one of the city’s many famous eateries (we heard about Moose Tooth Pizza, which apparently has the best pizza in the United States).

While I was there, I drifted in and out of a cheese haze at Captain Cook Hotel. My photographer Sylvanus was kind enough to take us on a nature walk and then drive us to Flat Top Mountain. On our way to Flat Top Mountain, we saw a moose!

Recreation in the airport

And that was pretty much the highlight of my trip to Alaska (aside from the soirée I attended the night before).

There isn’t a TON to do or see unless you are really into camping and hiking. That said, the people are really nice, the food was fresh, and if you have an opportunity to go once in your life, GO!

Do you have anything to add?

Love & Light,

*I was expecting snow and tundra, so wore an Adrienne Landau coat on day 1 that got me dubbed Alaska’s Ice Princess, over Maniere de Voir pants and Moon Boots. I went to Flat Top Mountain in Day 2 in an I Style by Sonia Coat from, a Sergio Hudson Catsuit, and Moon Boots.

**I’d also say the more time you have, the more you can explore. Everything is pretty spread out. Give yourself a week in an RV or on a cruise to truly experience all that Alaska has to offer.

Images: @Sylvanusedi_photo

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