A Cousin of Mine

Address: 4406 Forest Road, Anchorage, Alaska, 99517-2949, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Spenard area of Anchorage, is near John River, Kobuk Wild River, Mount Blackburn, and Mount Bona.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Around the Big City

A travel blog entry by eagle46 on Jul 05, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... the Trolley Tour which was a very informative trip around the city. The driver was very knowledgeable about the city history and different areas of the city. Our hope was to see a moose, but the day was warm and they apparently were keeping cool under the trees.

After the tour we had a delicious lunch at the Glacier Brewhouse.

Then after a quick stop at ...

Boarding the domed McKinley Explorer for Anchorage

A travel blog entry by travelswithelsa on Jun 15, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... bugs) are not available to rot the fire’s survivors. So they stand, tall and forlorn until someday a wind will knock them over.

As of today, the fire we sighted gain a name and strength. Now known as the Sockeye fire, it has taken out some small communities.

(E) It was the same fire we saw on our way to Denali, and in fact, the road was closed for vehicles soon after we passed there. When we reached Anchorage, our luggage delivery was delayed because ...


A travel blog entry by edellis903 on Jun 04, 2015

3 comments, 8 photos

... stomach time). Had a nice casual dinner, then Ken showed us around Earthquake Park and the Airport area, with all the float planes at Lake Hood. Alaska lives and dies on small planes. Lake Hood is the largest float plane "airport" in the world. Back to the house, to bed. Long day, but glad to be here. 22 hours awake when we hit the hay.

Denali back to Anchorage

A travel blog entry by ozray on Aug 28, 2014

8 photos

... this museum and not bother with the main museum. This was worth seeing for learning about the Alaskan native history and culture and they had an interesting outdoor display of different dwellings that the different native groups used with a young person in each dwelling there to answer any questions that visitors may have.

There were also live displays of dancing and singing and ...


A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 22, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... it was a walk around the bay to the Earthquake Park memorial. Seems that the district was built over a clay sub layer, and when the earthquake shook and pounded the ground for 5 minutes, it turned the clay into a jelly like substance, and a whole suburb slipped down the hill and into the bay. Of course, it's never been rebuilt as it can't support any weight. From the park, because of the sunny afternoon, you could see all the way to Mt McKinley glinting in the distance. It's ...