Big Bear Bed & Breakfast

Address: 3401 Richmond Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska, 99508, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Mountain View area of Anchorage, is near Ship Creek, Alaska Museum of Natural History, Nunaka Valley Park, and Out North Contemporary Art House.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Our Great Alaskan Train Ride

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings on Sep 14, 2015

3 comments, 7 photos

... two bald eagles, two Ravens, and a quick glimpse of a Moose and Beluga Whales. We also witnessed a “Tidal Bore” moving up Turnagain Arm on our return to Anchorage. Several turnouts along the highway are provided for those wishing to surf or paddle board the tidal bore, which can reach a wave height of 10 feet and travel many miles up the valley

I must commend the state of Alaska for making this ...

Amazing Anchorage

A travel blog entry by roamingrunner on Jul 04, 2015

6 photos

... a protective environment at the center.  Wild eagles often visit him and chat with him. Next, there was a moose cub being bottle-fed by a ranger.  This cub had been with his mother when the pair were startled by a couple walking their dog.  The mother abandoned the cub and the couple called the center to bring the cub in so that it could be taken care of there as it would most certainly not have made it in the wild. We also saw an Alaska Brown Bear and ...

Welcome to Alaska!

A travel blog entry by pamvndrw on Apr 11, 2015

11 photos

... to the Anchorage Museum- a high quality experience with special exhibits on Captain Cook and 100 years of Alaskan history, plus major exhibits about all the various Native American groups that call Alaska home.

Today I ventured down to Seward, Alaska, named for William Seward, the Secretary of State who arranged and fought for and arranged the purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867 for $7 million. Seward is about 130 miles south of Anchorage, thru the Turnagain Pass. ...

What - There's No Overnight Parking Here?

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 23, 2014

7 photos

... the creek in chest waders but I didn't see a single fish caught...and it was really windy so we didn't stay very long.

The Ulu knife is a native instrument that cuts by rocking the rounded blade back and forth. They are for sale everywhere up here from Walmart to small gift shops. We walked through the factory but I didn't buy one because I would probably cut off a finger trying to use it. Alaska Geographic was ...

Alaskan Adventures Day 2

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jun 21, 2014

9 photos

... of the best pastries I've ever had. The jalapeño cream cheese cheddar bread was to die for. Exploring Homer, we found a small nature trail and decided to take a walk through the wetlands. We stumbled across fresh moose tracks and followed them throughout the trail. Just as we were reaching the end of the hike we found the mama and her two babies! Thirsty from all of that tracking, we ventured ...