Birch Tree Bed and Breakfast

Address: 3104 Dyke Road, North Pole, Alaska, 99705, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3104 Dyke Road, North Pole, is near Santa Claus House and Chena River Recreation Area.
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A travel blog entry by kerryb on Aug 10, 2015

... know was spent at the North Pole . . . well the villiage of North Pole, AK. This was somewhat disappointing as the "Santa" store here was a far cry from the one we saw in NC last fall. Still an interesting place to go. We had lunch at the "Pagoda" restaurant and it was very big and very good! This restaurent had been featured on Diners Drive Ins & Dives and lived up to its reputation. We had spotted, earlier in the day a place called "The Jazz Bistro ...

Greetings from North Pole

A travel blog entry by retired.jewells on Jun 19, 2015

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We left Tok this morning with the intention of driving just 100 miles up the road to Quartz Lake. But 30 miles out of town, we began to wonder whether we shouldn’t just drive all the way to Fairbanks to be sure we were there on our intended arrival date of 6/20 for the summer solstice festivities. The threat of wildfires in the area due to the low snow levels in the past winter are a real concern this summer.

As we drove out of Tok, ...

Day 21 - Three weeks on the road, hello North Pole

A travel blog entry by bharvey on Jun 09, 2015

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A lovely morning here in Fairbanks, Denis just finishing up a quick washing up of Harvey (less than perfect, but better Denis says feeling 20 lbs. lighter). We will head out shortly -- no rush as not going very far today but will have a few stops-- places to go, things to do, things to see.

Now, 4:57 pm and the fellows will get the barbecues out shortly to start cooking our feast-- surf and turf-- as we prepare for most likely our ...

North to Alaska!

A travel blog entry by travelingadream on Mar 16, 2015

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... The choices there reminded me of the sixties’ when Dippity Do first became available. What DID women use in their hair before then?

With only a few gates and one baggage carousel, it’s a joy to fly in and out of Eugene’s Mahlon Sweet Field. The airport was named for Mahlon Sweet (1886–1947), a Eugene automobile dealer. He was a strong supporter of aviation who pushed to get the now-defunct Eugene Air Park built in 1919, followed ...

Here Comes Santa Claus!

A travel blog entry by becsher on Aug 22, 2014

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... driving day which is 6 hours without stops. It took longer because the roads up here are very rutted due to extreme winter weather. Driving an RV on rutted roads can be nerve racking to say the least. We arrived at our campsite at the Tolsona Wilderness Campground at about 8 pm. This was a very nice wooded campground with hook ups and all campsites are on the river. They were very wooded and did give you more of the camping experience including mosquitos! ...