Alison's Writing Portfolio · On Places & Travel

Vacation in Alaska, Where a Dollar’s Still a Dollar –The Street, 5/1/2008

Alaska120x90I’m just back from London, where it now very nearly takes two dollars to buy one British pound. The situation is just a little better with the Euro ($1.50 for 1 euro) but that weak dollar makes everything so much more expensive.
I’ve spent a lot of time in Alaska recently, and it’s a great place for a foreign-feeling adventure without having to convert currency. Here are the best ways to experience Alaska, in my latest for The Street.