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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... on layers of clothes to keep warm. We are told it will be colder in Valdez...our next stop. Fair seems smaller than our typical State Fairs. We opted to split
a ruben for lunch with a side of fried mushrooms....yum:} This was highly recommended on the nightly news...it was a good choice.
As we entered the park , we saw kids in large balls ...
... she really didn't want to make the journey & they had taken the back seats out of the van so they could sleep in it over the weekend. I was keen to make the journey as I hadn't travelled across that stretch of road. Eddie didn't know what time he would be leaving but would not be in a rush as he wanted to have a sleep in after the last few days.
We all went off to our respective beds around midnight, though naturally I didn't go to sleep that early.
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We started the day as usual…work! BUT again, the market is only open until noon AKST. So once we were done with that we hit the road and drove an hour north of Anchorage near the Knik Arm. Once again the temps in this area were in the high 70’s- low 80’s, and the skies were crystal clear.
The first stop on the list was a reindeer ...
... lake when the rain started and it poured. Then the wind began and then the fog appeared. We stopped at the information centre at Portage for a free coffee. The wind and rain increased till we were being blown across the road. There was limited visibility at the glacier but we took a few photos the icebergs that had broken away from the glacier were spectacular. We ...
... nights were to be spent at the Captain Cook Hotel; this hotel claims to be the only true luxury downtown hotel.
Its not a 5 star deluxe property but I found it a nice property. The hotel staff were friendly and attentive and the rooms (I stayed there twice so saw two different rooms) were nice. The beds were very comfy.
The onsite facilities (though I did not get to experience any of these) include 4 restaurants these are the AAA ...