Jamestown Bay Inn Bed and Breakfast

1903 Sawmill Creek Rd, Sitka, Alaska, 99835, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Sitka

Sightsteeing in Sitka

A travel blog entry by cphenly


... in St. Louis, and then the 1905 Lewis and Clark Exposition in Portland, Oregon. Following that, he did, indeed, install them in a lovely forested area which he made a park. That park is today the National Historical Park. The poles that are here today are copies of the originals, because the originals decay fairly rapidly in this wet climate. Traditionally, totems are simply allowed to decay and are then replaced with new ones, but the object here is to retain ...


A travel blog entry by rider1

July 19. Arrived in Sitka at 11:30 PM. One half hour stop and a long ways from town. No way to see anything. Spent the nite curled up on a bench in the cafeteria. Next stop Kake.

Sitka was the site of the signing of the Alaska purchase and where the transfer of power took place on October 18, 1867. Russia was going through economic ...


A travel blog entry by donnabyrne

Today, June 23 and tomorrow, June 24, Denny and I are in Sitka. After that we will be on a ferry for three days on our way to Bellingham, Washington (with a short stop in Ketchikan.) I will be able to write the blog on the ferry but will not be able to post it so this is a short pause in the adventure.

Stay tuned for the Sitka description and beyond.

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The Three _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ?

A travel blog entry by chuckschatter


... at 1:00pm. NOT! Would you believe my brothers had the wrong day, of course they wouldn’t admit it, nor would the cute lady at terminal let us board, so back to the campground we go. Setup, look at each other and ask what do we do now. They were too embarrassed to call Ray and say “we’re still here” so we headed to the local 9 hole golf course. For those of you that attempt to hit ...

Gold seekers, a misplaced capital & a Russian one

A travel blog entry by ronamoon


... when gold was discovered near what was to become Juneau. There's a lot of history here (read James A Michener's book (surely one of the greatest writers ever), Alaska, and you'll get the idea) and the city is not only the 5th biggest city in Alaska (at about 8,000 people) it is the 5th busiest fishing port in the USA on value - the 10th on catch weight. We really enjoyed the place and it still has a strong connection to Russia, which is way closer than most of the lower 48 ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Jamestown Bay Inn Bed and Breakfast Sitka

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