Alyeska Creek Bed and Breakfast

Girdwood, Alaska, 99587, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Girdwood

Anchorage- A Fun City

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton


... a light lunch. Tricia and I gallery hopped with Ben for a while and then went back to our shopping. This area of Anchorage had a lot of unique little shops and we spent a bunch of time just browsing. We stopped in at the Cake Studio for a delicious mango cupcake. The next block was the fur district and Tricia and I had fun trying on the beautiful fun coats, vests, hats and gloves. We made a few purchases ...

Cruising Vancouver to Whittier on Coral Princess

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... low islands with pine trees, and the bulk of Vancouver Island to port, and the mountains of the mainland to starboard. We missed the probably interesting Seymour Narrows, with a channel only 100 metres wide, as we travelled it during the night. Get a 9 AM photo of a lighthouse settlement which is probably Pine Island (which was supposed to be about noon, but probably hadn’t reset the camera for the time change at that stage). See a lot of open ocean beyond.

Arrival into Whittier and travel to Anchorage

A travel blog entry by gptimson


... feet (13 metres). This is the third highest tidal range in the world. Our afternoon in Anchorage was a quiet one as it was really a transit day between the cruise and the land component of our 12 day Princess sea and land package. George got to try his first self serve wine bar. Interesting approach - buy a card and serve yourself as you do a soda or coffee. Overnight: Captain Cook Motel - a very nice property that caters well to large groups of which there were a few ...

Alaska's Heartland

A travel blog entry by abeliwasierisaw


... the country flower - the little blue forget-me-knot.

I learnt about permafrost, the soil that is permanently frozen from about 2 foot below the soil, there are only certain types of vegetation that grows in this soil so it is easy to see where it is.

We look out for the wildlife big five; wolves, moose, caribou, Dall's sheep, and of course the berry-guzzling (blueberries actually) grizzly bears.

There are plenty of bears in the 190 parks, ...

Trip to Gridwood thru Raven's Earth Wildlife View

A travel blog entry by milady.r


... do in populated lands as per the legend. Stopped quickly at Bird Point which has Beluga sculptures emerging from concrete sidewalk -- never seen anything like this from a National Parks area as this is in Chugach National Park. This point has a board walk to view the up to 6 ft bore tides at about 2.25 hrs after low tide where Cook's Inlet ends at Tur****n Arm. Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center  Next, Alaska ...

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