Homestead Bed & Breakfast

Address: 17 Faraway Road, Gustavus, Alaska, 99826, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 17 Faraway Road, Gustavus, is near Mt. Fairweather Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Gustavus

    Day Eleven – Ridin’ the Rails into the

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 12, 2015

    25 photos

    ... to pack them over the summit! It is considered one of the civil engineering marvels because of the terrain that had to be tamed to get the railroad to the top! The railroad ran until it closed down in 1982, when the last mine closed. It was reopened in 1988 as an excursion railroad. They have two working steam engines, but we were not on one of them today!!! It would have been awesome to see them in action!!

    Once we made some altitude, we were in the low ...

    Calving in Glacier Bay

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 09, 2015

    45 photos

    ... turns and recedes out of Glacier Bay we have pizza beside the Neptune Pool. The kids enjoy the Junior Ranger program at 1pm in the Kids Club, while the adults head to the Princess Theater for a Ranger Talk.

    The Ranger explains the ecosystem of the region, the flora and fauna as well a description of the types of glaciers complete with visual imagery. After the talk, we all head to the bow on deck 7 to look for wildlife as we exit the Bay. The entrance of the Bay is a bounty ...

    Hubbard Glacier

    A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 07, 2014

    12 photos

    ... celebrate a number of birthdays and anniversaries. Tracy also ordered sparkling wine but we elected to hold off on the wine till dinner. We talked with everyone for a while and enjoyed the view as we headed back out to the ocean. By 9 am everyone headed back to their rooms for a nap. For lunch we joined our entire group in Olympic, for brunch. The brunch upcharge was $25. The food was very good but the service was not up to par, and I broke a tooth on a bone chip from ...

    Icy Strait Point

    A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 04, 2014

    13 photos

    ... Point. This was the only port where we had a tender. 900 people live here and most of the 300 non-natives leave for the winter leaving about 600 Tingit natives. We learned the island has about 6000 black bears and an even larger population of deer. There are no moose, elk or caribou. The bears ate them all. Canning and logging are mostly gone so the 70-80 cruise ships visits each year and travelers who arrive by ferry for hunting and fishing support much of the ...

    Whales to left, whales to the right, here I am

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 16, 2014

    ... such a thoughtful gift.

    At 9:25 the kids bolted back downstairs at the Lego Movie was playing at 9:30 (at Tyler's request!) and a few minutes after that Tom went down to find Sue. He found her at the front of the ship fuming. "Where have you guys been?" In their excitement of the morning it haven't occurred to any of them that maybe Sue wanted to see the bridge considering the whole thing had been her idea. The kids might have felt badly if they ...