No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Anchorage
Our first day in Anchorage was spent doing shopping and other chores. We went to Costco and Lowes for supplies. I thought I had the roof repaired before we left, but a leak developed and in turn a ceiling stain. I was able to stop the leak and clean up the stain for now.
Our campground is the Municipal Campground and has very large spaces with trees and a moose with two ...
... out for a decent coffee so we found an ok place that also had cakes including individual cheesecakes topped with bacon (what is it with the bacon obsession??). Coffee shop was next to a couple of local artisan shops which Julia & I enjoyed and even Jeff didn't seem to mind. Added to our luggage weight a little bit.
Early night for JG. Jeff and I found a Mexican place for dinner - only $20 for two people including tip! Food is super cheap ...
... t really promote alcohol consumption. Sorry Lana.
From there I made my way to the Dark Horse cafe that Derrick had suggested for good coffee & Wifi but, despite being about a 5 minute walk there, it took me 35 minutes with looking at so many things on the way so breakfast turned into lunch. The coffee is sold as 12oz, 16oz, 20 and/or 24 oz, which I really had no idea what size they are as New Zealand has moved on & uses metric! I ordered a 16oz & a ...
... what I remember from the early 70’s, because at that time you could see the power of the quake by the disruption of the earth. Today the area is supporting a forest of
mostly birch trees all similar in size and shape, fading the impact of the quake.
After this visit we decided to drive north of the city toward Palmer. A unique small town, established in the early 30’s by the government. Preplanned, ...
... close to her. She stopped and pointed toward the mountain; she had indeed seen a Dall sheep maybe 100 feet off the wide spot along the road and maybe 15 feet up the mountain. so we had a good photo op there (even if the critter looked a bit ragged from shedding.)
Rox mentioned that we should look for a place called the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC). It's probably ...
More great choices in Anchorage
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Anchorage
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations