Anna's Ptarmigan Bed & Breakfast

Address: 1119 Ptarmigan, Valdez, Alaska, 99686, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Valdez

Day 13 - Lazy day in socked-in Valdez

A travel blog entry by bharvey on Jun 01, 2015

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... seen by Denis) and then a red fox running across the road as we neared Valdez. Oh, and a small grey bunny (somebody's pet perhaps, running wild near the Ice cream place).

The Museum was quite interesting and had a collection of stuffed animals as well as First Nations art and crafts and some interesting creations from the hides and antlers and horns of animals.

In the town of Valdez is one of Peter Toth's carvings, known as "whispering ...

Glennallen to Valdez

A travel blog entry by becsher on Aug 23, 2014

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Whew! This was by far the best day yet of vacation! If I had it to do over again, I was spend the whole two weeks on the Ric******* Highway from Glennallen to Valdez. It just so happened that it was sunny all day too! Our first stop was a breathtaking view of the Wrangells Mountain range. This area is home to North America’s largest National Park, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. The park has the North ...

Day 45

A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Aug 07, 2014

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Rainy day in Valdez, therefore laundry & cleaning day. Toni & I took a quick trip to Old Valdez and stopped by to see the Toth wooden statue here in town. Called the Trail of Whispering Giants, Peter Toth the sculptor has built more than 70 of these statues of wood to honor the American Indian, they vary in size from 20-40ft. There is at least one in every State. Old town Valdez was nearly destroyed by the 1964 Earthquake, the epicenter was 12.4 miles north ...

Day 33 Valdez

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 04, 2014

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... seen a million of them on our other cruise. The Dahl porpoise were interested in something else rather than playing with us. Disappointedly we didn't catch a glimpse of any whales. The Columbia Glacier made up for not seeing anymore marine life. Multiple large calvings were close and loud with a tidal type wave following caused by the falling ice. The water was full of large bright blue icebergs in all shapes and sizes. We spent almost 2 hours watching ...

Earthquakes, oil spills, and collectibles

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jun 08, 2014

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We spent the morning visiting the various museums around Valdez. The Visitor Center had an interesting display of old roadhouses along the Ric******* Hwy to Fairbanks. This highway had original been partially built by the government. Roadhouses were private places to eat and sleep about one day's travel apart. They were used during the rush for gold and oil and a few are still in use. The Valdez Museum had good displays ...

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