Brigitte's Bavarian Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... He was the second hitch hiker that I picked up while traveling Alaska. I also picked one up in Fairbanks. I dropped him off in Homer and parked my car for the night and slept in it. The KenAi Peninsula is not exactly simple to get around. There is not road that circles the peninsula, so you have to go to the center then branch out. I'll review shortly my thought on the stops.
Homer- It is probably ...
... the local area have made him a famous Alaskan artist. We shopped at the Saturday farmers market for all the local produce, beautiful lettuces, root vegies, and peonies of all colors. A local fisherman had king crab legs and halibut cheeks which we couldn't pass up. What a treat! Because of all the fresh fish we have eaten out more here. Wonderful restaurants and the prices weren't any worse than Incline. Last night we walked on the beach with ...
... an hour and anchored to begin fishing. When we stopped we were in the beautiful Cook Inlet and were partially surrounded by snow capped mountains and volcanoes. From here you can see 3 volcanoes, Mt. Redoubt, Mt. Illiamna and St. Augustine. Mt. Redoubt
erupted in 2009 sending ash as far as Anchorage. Many of you know that Ben and I do not fish often so we had to hear halibut ...
... of Old Town. After the spit tour, we drove almost to the end of East End and in spite of road construction saw two adult moose cross the road and then a mother and two calves. We visited the Islands and Oceans Center, had a great lunch at Cosmic Kitchen and decided to drive up West Hill, along Skyline Drive and down East Hill Road. There were beautiful views of the entire ...
... tour boat. When he flipped his tail, there was an audible "Awwww" across the water, but with the entire boatload piled on the starboard side, the big boat was definitely cattywampus! After almost ten hours on the water, we were back in Seward and on the road again. Drove into Homer, AK, just as the sun went down. Hard to imagine this, but we're in Alaska on the beach, at the tip of a spit that reaches several miles into the sea. If we start swimming from here, we might land in ...