Big Bear Bed & Breakfast

Address: 3401 Richmond Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska, 99508, United States | B&B
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Location

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

Down to Anchorage

A travel blog entry by randysmithmba on Jul 24, 2014

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We woke up early to a light drizzle. We were going to Denali National Park in hopes of seeing Mt. McKinley. The weather was too bad and we could not see very much. We did look around the Visitor Center and I suggested Karen to go see the Sled Dogs Kennel. It is by the Park's HQ. We started driving up the mountain… and I missed the turn for the kennel. After a few minutes, I figured out the error of my ways. ...

Anchorage Catch Up

A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jul 14, 2014

... around to have the goose box checked out and blinds out back up. I returned to camp with the truck ready to go, and no answers on the RV repairs. I finally spoke to someone who told me to try airing up the air ride on the goose box and see if it would hold air. If it did not, then come by the next morning for him to look at. He could order parts and have it fixed in Fairbanks. So Miss Pat ( who had been cleaning house, walking the dogs, etc..) and I went by Walgreens to pick up ...

Alaskan Adventures Day 1

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jun 20, 2014

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... had a chance of winning. I ended up struggling just long enough to pass a group of teenagers on foot before resigning to walking the bike the rest of the way up. Once I got to the top, I had a great view of Anchorage and a reindeer dog from Yeti Dogs. Unfortunately, what Tess forgot to tell me about this ride was that the only way back was from whence I came, but thankfully it was mostly downhill. Exhausted and sore, I reached the apartment just in time for us to pack up and head out ...

Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

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... We are directed to park out the back next to the propane tank, which we do, in a manner which places the fill point close to the tank. The propane hose doesn't seem to have the right adaptor, so we go back inside to explain this, find out the operator will bring the right adaptor with her when she does the filling operation. She also brings an assistant with her, and directs us to park nose-in to the bank. She makes sure we have turned off all appliances, turns off the gas ...

A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

A travel blog entry by rodk on Jan 18, 2014

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... Iron Dog race. Given my ambition to meet Sarah Palin (and look for Russia from her front porch), I’m momentarily struck by the irony of meeting her in a hospital ward after a high speed collision with her husband.

We travel some 70 miles in the first day following the frozen courses of the Susitna, Yentna, Skwentna and Talachulitna Rivers and winding along narrow paths through dense riverine forests. We reach our destination, a lodge on the Talachulitna River ...