Hiland Retreat Bed & Breakfast

Address: 3501 Hiland Road, Anchorage, Alaska, 99504, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in the South Fork area of Anchorage, is near Chugach National Forest, Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, Eagle River Nature Center, and Eklutna Village Historic Park.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Down to Anchorage

A travel blog entry by randysmithmba on Jul 24, 2014

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... out to be good because as I was dropping Karen off at the kennel, a very nice mother moose and calf were hanging around the entrance.

I headed back to the Visitor Center to try to find Wi-Fi. I had an urgent requirement come up at work and so I needed to work on it. I did find sporadic Wi-Fi in Morino’s Grill. I hung out there and did work until Karen came back down the mountain on the bus. ...

Alaskan Adventures Day 1

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jun 20, 2014

49 photos

... so after 30 minutes of no bites I was ready to call it quits. And just then, my line snagged! Excitedly I reeled my line in until a small dark fish appeared on the line. Terrified that I'd caught a piece of a fish, rather than the whole thing, I asked the man next to me to remove it from my line while I looked away. He told me I hadn't caught a fish at all and handed me the only thing our group would catch that night: a rock. We stayed at the Russian River until midnight ...

Day Two

A travel blog entry by nitafjerstad1 on Jun 18, 2014

7 photos

... snow capped mountains. We had lunch at the Sizzlin Cafe. We had a choice of sandwiches or wraps. We could also have salad and a cookie. All the delegates were very well behaved. After lunch we went to a park along the Cook Inlet. We enjoyed the view and played a few team building games. Everyone burned off some steam and met some new friends. From the park, we headed to the Alaska Native Heritage Center. On our way, Ms. Nita spotted a ...

Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 127 photos

... We are directed to park out the back next to the propane tank, which we do, in a manner which places the fill point close to the tank. The propane hose doesn't seem to have the right adaptor, so we go back inside to explain this, find out the operator will bring the right adaptor with her when she does the filling operation. She also brings an assistant with her, and directs us to park nose-in to the bank. She makes sure we have turned off all appliances, turns off the gas ...

A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

A travel blog entry by rodk on Jan 18, 2014

70 photos

... to defy the laws of physics then be assured that gravity quickly re-asserts control over a stalled machine and it rapidly and unceremoniously sinks like a stone. Hazards that are difficult to accelerate over include trees and moose, and other evasive procedures are required. We take this on board sombrely as the single biggest cause of death for snowmobilers is collision with moose, trees and other snowmobilers, and at high speed in low visibility such events can happen ...