Brass Lantern B & B

331 2nd Ave., Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Seward

My time in Seward is half over (bittersweet)

A travel blog entry by amandalynn88 on Jul 23, 2014

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... winter jobs. I have pretty much ruled out Thailand. Not because of what the country is going through but mainly because I'm just as content staying in the states right now. I could save a couple thousand dollers and spend a winter working at a ski resort learning to ski or snowboard! I booked my ticket out of Alaska for September 14th. I am headed to seattle then to Chicago where I'll meet a climbing friend and we'll head to Red River Gorge to climb for almost a week. Then I'm ...


A travel blog entry by wcattell on Jun 20, 2014

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Another early start, a struggle to get out of bed this morning. We took a taxi to the station where we booked our bags all the way onto the ship...We had a coffee while we waited for the 'all aboard' call. The train was luxury it self. We were in the gold class car and the glass roof gave us an amazing view.. We saw a only a few animals, a moose a porcupine and a few little chicks. Or guides Mackenzie and Rachel were young high school ...

Seward Run

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Sep 13, 2013

1 comment, 76 photos

... by Mama Grizzly (aka Caribou Barbie, pitbull in lipstick, Failin' Palin, half baked Alaskan and so on). I thought it would be a lot of fun, as this town had no doubt been put on the map during the 2008 USA presidential campaign. It turns out that I was wrong.

When we reached Wasilla, all we could see was a handful of fast food restaurants, a post office and a park. We weren't convinced that the GPS sent us to the centre of town, so Ted and I kept driving ...

Anchorage to Seward

A travel blog entry by pbauer on Aug 15, 2013

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... the train travels. Years ago the steam trains climbed the mts. with 360 degree loops for could only climb 1%252525 grades. With today's engines, the tracks were changed to S curves with steeper grades. We also went through many tunnels and crossed bridges over the Placer River several times. Wildlife seen: moose, white swan, eagle with young in nest but No bear yet. May not see a bear on this trip as we have not ...

Seeing Seward!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 05, 2013

8 photos

... but with their anatomy taking off is difficult. They flap hard and practically run along the water taking about 10 metres to take off and once finally airborne the flap like crazy to stay up. (Check out the pic of the wildlife. You can see one taking off). From here the captain hit the cruise button and took us back into Resurrection bay and back to Seward. This was over an hour and reasonably calm so all four of us at various times had a nap. (We put it ...



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