Alaska Bear Foot Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlaska Bear Foot Inn Chugiak
Actually staying in Alaska Bear Foot Inn hotel is not bad, so cool and conducive environment. I really like the place and i recommend it to any body who want a place to feel comfortable in Alaska. They have good facilities and they are also moderate to afford by every body.
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