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Address: 2910 W. 35th Ave., Anchorage, Alaska, 99517, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 2910 W. 35th Ave., Anchorage, is near Lake Spenard, Mount Blackburn, Mount Bona, and Chitistone Canyon.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Turnagain Arm, Alaska

A travel blog entry by familymojo on Sep 09, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... when I was googling Beluga Point is that it is also sometimes the location of a "bore tide" which, according to Wikipedia, can come through this narrow channel and create "a wall of water up to 8 feet high rushing in from Cook Inlet at a speed of 10 mph. This is one of the most powerful bore tides in the world." Thank goodness we weren't there for that, but it was still pretty surprising how quickly the tide came in.

-Mo

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Chitina, McCarthy, Kennecott, Valdez & Anchora

A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Jul 20, 2014

3 comments, 43 photos

July 13 - 20



We got off the rough and rattly Denali Highway and rolled along the Ric*******, south towards Chitina. (Pronounced Chit-nya) Not much in Chitina itself but the Copper River runs there =favorite with fishermen- and a nice state campground by the river that is free. (Just an update on campsite costs- to date we have spent a total of $90.00 in 49 days on campsite fees. That's an ...

Day Seven

A travel blog entry by nitafjerstad1 on Jun 23, 2014

19 photos

... but I didn't earn enough money to go on another Alaskan Cruise!!! We headed to the Kobuk Jade Company. We ate our lunches and guess what we had? Sandwiches! When you are on the road far away from cities, you eat a lot of sandwiches. At least they were good! After we ate, we went into the shop and learned about jade. We were not able to see the men polish, cut, and carve the jade because the salmon started running and they HAD ...

A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

A travel blog entry by rodk on Jan 18, 2014

70 photos

... the simple octane-free romance of sled travel and the quiet solitude where I could take in my surroundings and bellow out Christmas carols about 7-dog open sleds. Equally the rustic woodsy, kerosene lamp lighted cabin and the rituals of feeding and harnessing dogs, of melting ice for water and yarning about life in Alaska were essential parts of the quintessential Alaskan wilderness experience.

Snow mobiles are equally part of the Alaskan experience and essential ...

12-hours by rail from Fairbanks to Anchorage

A travel blog entry by sandyhart on Aug 29, 2013

... canyon. The Nenana River is below - - it looks very glacial here. It is no longer broad, shallow, silted up as it’s been but deep and fast with rapids over the large rocks. This canyon is in a branch of the Denali fault.
We crossed beside/under Moody bridge. Was it named for someone in the Moody family with whom we are connected? Nearby also a Moody tunnel. This section of track is called the “million dollar” section because the ground beneath is ...