Lagoon Bed and Breakfast

Address: 227 Lagoon, Kotzebue, Alaska, 99752, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 227 Lagoon, Kotzebue, is near Northwest Alaska Areas and Cape Krusenstern National Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Kotzebue


A travel blog entry by frawldog on Aug 15, 2014

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I had a random getaway with a friend named Josiah. I have previously been to Florida with both of his brothers, but never got a trip with him. He is an adventurer that was down for some fun, so we took off and spent the weekend in Alaska. We had an overnight flight to Ancorage, then slept in the airport and got a morning flight to Kotzebue. Locals call Kotzebue Kotz for short. It is only accessible by airplane and has about 3,200 residents. It is about 30 ...

An unexpected stop on the way to the ship !

A travel blog entry by onboardtheworld on Aug 19, 2012

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... ship.
But let's say that the weather was still pretty bad... So we practiced our sea legs !
I almost threw up, and was more than happy to finally get on board the ship.

The expedition had already started !!!

Kotzebue is currently the largest city in the Northwest Arctic Borough and gets its name from the Kotzebue Sound, which was named after Otto von Kotzebue, who explored the sound while searching for the ...

Flying ANC-OTZ

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Aug 02, 2012

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... not slept at all the night before while frantically trying to get ready to begin this quest to visit the last 10 national parks, so I’m still behind on my sleep but at least made a dent last night while laying over in Anchorage after flying from home in Washington via Denver, Portland, and Seattle. I showered and repacked my stuff.

Headed downstairs at 1:15 p.m. to check out. Took the motel’s shuttle to ANC, where I checked in with Alaska Airlines. ...

Under the Midnight Sun

A travel blog entry by jackies-world on Jun 09, 2011

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... was melting from the Kobuk river and the lakes that dump into same. The "Rotten Ice" was breaking loose in chunks and floating to the Arctic Ocean.

These chunks would bump into or grind against each other, crushing into pieces that looked like crushed crystals from chandeliers.

We stayed up to see "The Midnight Sun" which I have to point out - Does NOT happen until 2 AM because most of Alaska is on one ...