By that time, radio stations in Anchorage started to announce that the Beatles were at the airport. So by the time the Beatles' emerged, fans were at the airport ready to see them get on a chartered bus.
A huge amount of fans started to follow the bus to the Anchorage Westward Hotel, where they would spend the rest of their time. The guys were a little ticked off and very bored. They ordered in hamburgers and George goofed off with a Polaroid camera.
Meanwhile up to 500 fans were outside of the hotel singing "We love you Beatles" and other songs. Some tried to get very creative in their ways to get the Beatles' attention.
Because it was during the time when it remains daylight for 24 hours in Alaska, the girls did not leave and the curfew was not strongly enforced because the fans weren't doing any damage.