Eddystone Inn

Address: Sawmill Creek Road, Sitka, Alaska, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Sitka

Counting Stars and Eagles

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 10, 2014

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... open. We browsed a lovely gift shop with many high-quality gifts and art, but one of the things I enjoyed most was a T-shirt titled Meals on Wheels with a bear chasing a bike rider. (Click here to see the shirt). Still searching for coffee, we entered a building with a coffee bar sign. The store had multiple businesses: a Radio Shack and the coffee bar. The Radio Shack was open but the coffee ...

Sitka Bound

A travel blog entry by erica.l.moeser on Jul 27, 2014

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Mairead Tyler and Liam left Anchorage for Sitka in the morning. By lunch time the rest of us had come together at the airport in Seattle to catch our flight to join them- me, Johnathon, Lucy, Dave, Margaret, Dev, Hannah, Luke, Sara, and Chris from Chicago, Mason from Phoenix, Michael, Katie, Zoe, and Sara from Northern Cali, Tony, Allen, Paul, Shannon, and Shane from SoCal and surprise to all of us that Kristi, Jeff and their new baby Emma were joining us ...

Sitka-The only town to tempt me to move to Alaska

A travel blog entry by laurab627 on Jul 05, 2014

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Anchored from 9:00am - 6:00pm
Weather 62 with a chance of rain
Evening Dress Code: Formal







As we made our way towards Sitka on Saturday morning, the first thing I noticed as I was lifting weights in the fitness center, was the large volcano. When I got back to the suite, I saw on our map that it was Mount Edgecumbe. Since it could only be viewed from the port side of the ship, I used the ...

Juneau to Sitka Alaska

A travel blog entry by tricab on Jun 07, 2014

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... at 5:00 AM to catch favorable tides and headed to Sitka. Our halfway point, 11 hours later, was Hanus Bay /Pt Moses Cove where we anchored overnight. Beautiful, tranquil anchorage with numerous humpback whales in the distance.

The next morning we headed down the 5 hour long dangerous “Peril Strait” towards Sitka. Peril Strait is narrow, twisty, full of rocks, strong currents, back ...

Thanksgiving in Alaska

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 28, 2013

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... We were hoping to do some exploring, but not at this price. In the afternoon, we went for a two hour walk down the road and into a park. The park was a great walk. The trails in this park were just renovated. It was not raining too hard and not too cold. The walk was along the river/creek, which then flowed into the ocean/passage. This park is a National Historic Park and has totem poles hidden everywhere inside the park. ...