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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

Back home in Alaska!

A travel blog entry by midtownrotary on Jul 30, 2014

12 photos

... games and have some drinks.

We had a great time that day, but most important, the Rotary Spirit is alive and kicking in Guayaquil!

2) Visit to Monte Sinai with Father Simon and Daniel
If you can remember from a previous posting, about a week ago, Daniel and I tried to find Monte Sinai and Father Simon's school in the jungle. We found the perimeter of Monte Sinai but never the school. So, we decided to give it another shot, but this time with ...

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 ...

Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 127 photos

... of the Paxson Lake, looking over it to a wide valley of thick pine tree cover, then to snowy mountains.

We stop at a large parking space over the lake and valley for photos and a look at a camper with an Australian sign on it. We take photos then approach the camper and hail the occupants. An Australian man answers the door and we chat for a while, until the mosquitoes drive us all inside their camper. The camper is simple, but very neatly kept, and seems to ...

A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

A travel blog entry by rodk on Jan 18, 2014

70 photos

The introduction of the snow mobile in the 1950s and the consequent decline of dog sledding created an epochal change in life in the Arctic. Almost overnight, the practice of dog sledding that had underpinned life in the Arctic for over 5000 years was relegated to a comparative handful of die-hard sourdoughs, and Alaskan Native communities were welded into the cash economy. Nowadays, Alaskans own more snow mobiles per head than any other US state (7 per 100 people), while ...

Our Last Day in Alaska

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 20, 2013

14 photos

... It turned out to be quite HOT and I believe basically took his breath away! The funny thing is, after he regained his composure, he bought a bag of it!

In addition to the strolling and shopping, we did run into a couple of people along the way. One was a vendor who came out of her stall to say “Boooo Lehigh” to Steve, as he was wearing a Lehigh t-shirt. She had ties to Lafayette, so it made sense. Another guy we ran into had ...