Earth B&B

Address: 1001 W. 12th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the South Addition area of Anchorage, is near Alaska Experience Center, Valley of the Moon Park, Oomingmak, Musk Ox Producers' Co-operative, and Turnagain Trails.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Mostly about Fish!

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Jul 28, 2014

5 comments, 58 photos

... rivers where they hatched, to spawn in almost the exact same spot.It's still not certain how they find their way back, but a ranger told me that the most recent theory is that the magnetic forces in the water imprint on the brain like some sort of GPS. Take it up with him not me if you don't understand, he's at the visitor centre in Valdez (rhymes with 'dhal peas').

Sadly, it's usually the last thing they do, ...

Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 127 photos

... 8217;t have to wait to go through the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel, that combines alternate one-way vehicle and rail traffic, and at 2.5 miles is the longest tunnel through a mountain in North America. If we miss our time we’ll have a half hour wait (15 minutes for each way to get through). It goes straight through the range at close to sea level, and is dead straight, with passing points at several places. What makes this tunnel special is the pressure from gale ...

Cruising northbound to Alyeska!

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on Jun 10, 2014

200 photos

... or Norweigan.

Although we'd rather have pulled into Seward, we went with the Princess Coral. We had heard good things about the Princess and the ratings were good. The downside was that she was the first ship to leave...in a week. So we quickly made all the reservations and off we went.

The thing I like most about the Princess line, you can bring two bottles of wine onboard. Either we missed the fine print on Royal Caribbean or that's a ...

Looking down; looking back

A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 26, 2013

... completely overwhelming them. Tiny Skagway had four giant ships in port. When a town becomes so dependent on cruise ships for business, the town is not so much a real town anymore. I'm sure a cruise wouldn't have had all those odious 5 AM alarm wake-ups or the unpacking, repackings, but that's a trade-off I will make for more travel freedom. We also managed very well with only one carry-on and a backpack, thankful for laundry facilities in several ...

Catching up on the blog

A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 02, 2013

27 photos

... offloaded most of my things at Sheila’s little shop. She’s been making parkas of various weights for 28 years after buying the business off her grandmother, Laura Wright, who was from Eskimo descent & had, since 1947, made parkys according to the rich traditions of each Indian tribe, paying attention to particular details of each unique group & had also added her own individual & creative touch with different trimmings & materials. ...