Alaskan Leopard Vacation Rentals
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Alaskan Leopard Vacation Rentals Anchorage
Travel Blogs from Anchorage
... skies cleared and remained clear and warmer. We went into the Federal building, following a security screening and into the Public Lands/National Parks Visitor's Centre where we watched two films (the guys watched three)-- Bears of Katmai and The day the earth shook. Both were great and though we would've seen all or most of the film "The day the earth shook" in the past I felt it had more of an impact having been in Valdez, Seward and now Anchorage. Dinner out ...
... and out of the town of Whittier, except by sea. Practically everyone in the town lives in one high rise apartment building- Weird! But there is hardly any land between sea and mountains. After Whittier, I stopped to look around Alyeska Resort in Girdwood- a very luxurious ski resort, with a tram to the top even! After I returned my rental car, Annie, her son Daniel and I had dinner at Gwennie’s Old Alaska Restaurant. Fun old timey place with good down home food.
Next up: ...
... four of you seem to have seen it. We've been away almost five months now, Nigel has his fish to talk to as well as me, I have only Nigel and you so please, please drop me a line, I really do love hearing from you even if it's only a mention of the weather, your own holidays, the ache in your left leg or your views on Scottish devolution.
... a couple of seasons fishing. He found the tourist industry a lot easier than fishing, although he missed the excitement a bit.
It is a hell of a long way to Great Alaska Holidays, and he has to call the office to make sure we are on the right track, but he was right with his first guess, and we make it OK. We can’t speak too highly of the Bent Prop Inn. It was a bit unusual in the fact that there were a number of locals living there as well, and most seemed ...
... it down to for this post.
After the glacier we stopped in Palmer to go to a farmers market and craft fair that they have every Friday beginning today, but there was nothing in the way of produce there yet to enjoy. In another couple of weeks they'll have amazing amounts as things grow like crazy here due to the 20 hour days. There were some fun Alaskan items to look at, and lots of samples of food. Poor Joe almost lost it ...