Diamond House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 2201 W. 48th Ave., Anchorage, Alaska, 99517-3190, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in the Spenard area of Anchorage, is near John River, Kobuk Wild River, Frigid Crags, and Mount Blackburn.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Back home in Alaska!

A travel blog entry by midtownrotary on Jul 30, 2014

12 photos

... as co-pilot.

Daniel and I picked up Father Simon at Isla Trinitaria's main school (that's where he lives) at around 9:00 am. He was taking care of some issues so once he was done, we started our drive towards Monte Sinai.

Father Simon told us that the population of Monte Senai is about 350,000 and growing very fast. The roads are not paved and not all areas have electricity. Crime is very high on this area. He has built one school and his biggest ...

Day Seven

A travel blog entry by nitafjerstad1 on Jun 23, 2014

19 photos

... fishing! I guess the salmon only run for a few days. We continued on our trip to Homer, which is more than five hours from Anchorage. The views were fabulous. We saw wild caribou and many moose. It was great. We even saw the volcano named Mount Redoubt. It is amazing to see these wild animals up close. In Kenai, we stopped at the visitors center and the students completed a scavenger hunt. They had many Alaskan birds and animals ...

Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 127 photos

... the basic requirements for long distance travelling. They are serious travellers and have been all over the world, leaving the camper in storage to return regularly to Oz. We take a note of their www.globalroamer2.com, and organize to send them some information they will find useful for their planned African trip.

We carry on through dense pine forest, seeing the Alaska Pipeline at times. We see a pipe bridge, and the characteristic radiator-equipped pylons which ...

A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

A travel blog entry by rodk on Jan 18, 2014

70 photos

... 19 and 11 snow mobiles per 100 residents of the Canadian Arctic provinces of Newfoundland + Labrador and Northwest Territories. Snow mobiles travel faster, pull large loads, start and stop with a simple pull start or switch, and don't disappear over the horizon when you accidently fall off. Dogs can be fuelled by subsistence protein such as meat and fish obtained with a net and rifle, while snow mobiles require petrol and that requires cash. Seth Kantner, a prominent ...

Our Last Day in Alaska

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 20, 2013

14 photos

... shirt that said “Make it idiot-proof and someone will make a better idiot”. I think that's a very true statement actually.

After hanging out at the market for a while, we decided to head over to the Alaska Experience Theater to take in a few films about Alaska. They were pretty good and gave everyone a little break from walking through the markets. After the shows, we were all using the restroom when the fire alarms started ...