Arctic Bed & Breakfast

2607 Arctic Boulevard, Anchorage, Alaska, 99503, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Midtown area of Anchorage, is near Chester Creek Greenbelt, Heritage Library and Museum, Sunshine Sports, and Obeidi's Fine Art Ltd. Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 127 photos

... level the vehicle before operating the gas fridge is emphasised, but all they give you to level it are four 6x2 chocks 50 cm long, with beveled ends. The demonstration shows using two of these stacked under a tire to get the height, but when you actually use them, they say the rear tyres need a chock under each tyre. They also advise getting professional help to repair a tyre. We don't know if this also means changing a tyre, as they generally put the wheels on with an ...

Cruising northbound to Alyeska!

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on Jun 10, 2014

200 photos

... on good days. We took walking tours to learn about the '64 earthquake and Captain Cook's voyages. There were plenty of local beer samplings to be had, Moose's Tooth had yummy pizza and Humpy's had a good seafood chowder (stay away from the fish n' chips). I started to get sick on the last two days and by the time we were boarding our flight, I had nothing left in me.

Alaska was fun but time for a sizzling summer in sunny San Diego!




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Portage-Denali-Fairbanks-Girdwood 9/8-9/11

A travel blog entry by joankaichen on Sep 11, 2013

7 photos

... the road, 92.8 miles into the park. Coming back the rain eased, fog lifted and the magnificent vistas took my breath away. Such a glorious wilderness which has been so carefully maintained. An unimpeded wilderness. As our very knowledgeable bus driver said "we come, we observe, we leave, leaving no trace that we have been there. We are visitors and the wildlife are the residents". John Muir: "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. ...

Seattle take too....with Alaska!!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Jul 27, 2013

... street level. The reason for this is back in 1889 there was a huge fire that flattened the commercial part of Seattle. When this occurred city planners felt it was time to start fresh and redesign the town. Original Seattle was built on a flood plain and the sewerage system was also very poor. So poor in fact that when the tide came in toilets turned into geysers...imagine that!!! For these reasons the engineers wanted to raise ...

The "City of Flowers"

A travel blog entry by rider1 on Jul 08, 2013

204 photos

... in the wild or were born in captivity and could not be released in the wild.

We left the zoo and headed for the Botanical Gardens. The major amount of flowers were outside of the gate lining the sidewalk. We were a bit disappointed after trudging around all the paths not to find more plants in bloom.. There was however a tremedous variety of plants, far too many to mention or even begin ...