Hello Everyone, I am applying to a summer internship at Providence Medical Center in Anchorage, Alaska. I like the program alot, but one thing that I am not sure about is the life adjustment for 3 months. I come from the city of brotherly love (aka Philadelphia) and I am used to the 1million+ commuters everyday including weekends and everything walking distances. I know anchorage is not as big population wise, so it would be some adjustment for me. So what I need is for those who currently lived, travelled to, or migrated from anchorage. Tell me about the experience you have about the life in that city. Here are some of the things that I need to know: 1. Is everything available walking distance? (Stuff like supermarkets, bookstore, coffee shops, local tavern etc) 2. What is there to do that is not nature related? I know this might offend a few, but do realize I spend 20+ years of my life in the city so its hard to get that out. Don't get me wrong I like hiking and fishing but I am pretty attached to my cement sidewalk and movie theaters. Thank you so much for your help. Any experience, advices, stories and suggestions are deeply appreciated.