Hidden Creek Bed and Breakfast

Address: 739 Vail Drive, Girdwood, Alaska, 99587, United States | B&B
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          Walking through town

          A travel blog entry by shereeb64 on Aug 29, 2015

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          ... but the bar lady came running after us to say they were open but we had to go in a different door. The other door was like walking into a disco, neon lights & loud music, including smoke machine! OMG! We were getting desperate for food do we went with it. The menu was Italian / Chinese / Southern cuisine! Our waiter/barman/cashier was a funny guy named "LA", he told us he is "not" Eskimo, his mother is southern Alaskan ...


          A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 25, 2015

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          ... big and has so much to do. Never the less, the scenery will be awesome and I'm sure we will have a wonderful time. http://www.princess.com/cruise-tips-vac ation-ideas/video/cruise-ships/grand.ht ml#.VbMe0YsuA7a.mailto Boarding of the ship was seamless and by 3pm were on board and exploring. We chose an inside stateroom for this cruise and found it to be quite spacious and well set out. We figured that we would spend ...

          The glaciers are amazing

          A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jul 11, 2015

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          ... then drove down to the boat. It was a wonderful hour cruise which included being at the face of the glacier for about 20 mins. We went very slowly across the face three times, hoping to see calving. There were two small ones but it is amazing how loud they are when seemingly small bits of ice drop into the water. The face of it was huge even when we were about 100 m from it. There were some campers to the side of it with their tents and kayaks. It was very blue and ...

          Girdwood, Alaska

          A travel blog entry by becsher on Aug 17, 2014

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          ... the Cook Inlet from the Pacific Ocean. Mountains towered beside the highway and across the inlet. As I was looking at the water, I saw a pod of about 30 - 40 Beluga whales. Of course we stopped and took hundreds of pictures (thank goodness for digital cameras). We then traveled onto Girdwood and drove to our trailhead. Ron suggested we take the Winner Trail, so we followed his advice. The trail ...

          Alyeska Resort

          A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 11, 2014

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          ... given last year we had told Doug that that wasn't necessary and could we just have two adjoining rooms. So when I went to check in I was shocked when told we had the same two story penthouse suite, as well as an adjoining suite for the boys! Feeling spoiled and special we went up and checked out our rooms. The rain was starting to slow down so we left the boys to relax and Steve and I took a walk around ...