Lundberg's South Shore Inn

Address: 7446 South Tongass Highway, Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7446 South Tongass Highway, Ketchikan, is near Creek Street, Saxman Native Village, Totem Heritage Center, and Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary.
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Travel Blogs from Ketchikan

Catch as catch can

A travel blog entry by rockfsh on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... a figure that lost his own pole. We
were later dropped off at Creek Street. Two lady barkers called to us
from Dolly's House."This is the most famous house of Ketchikan
old red light
district. You may enter for only $5".
"Where is the current red light district?", I ask, "You ladies are better looking than old Dolly but ...

Relaxation at Sea!

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Sep 13, 2014


Good morning from The Star Princess! We have had a wonderful couple of days at sea. We have been relaxing and enjoying way too much food! Not surprisingly, the kids are 2 of only 30 children on board so they pretty much have the kids' club to themselves. Our room is small, but we dont spend much time there. When we left San Francisco, it had to have been 80 degrees and so sunny. We walked to the pier to get on the cruise ...


A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 01, 2014

2 comments, 39 photos

... their summers making money from the high tourist numbers and the winters the relax and enjoy the peace. It's also noted that most babies are born late summer. Sailing away from Ketchikan at 4pm we were amazed at the beautiful houses on the shore line ... Most with balconies over the water and a boat and often an aeroplane in their yard. We followed the Norwegian Jewel northward. I love having the TV on the ships bridge webcam. Not only can we see where ...

Trying again to send more than one picture.

A travel blog entry by martyandbarbara on Jul 24, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

this is the beginning - up until we got to Denali.



A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 24, 2014

11 photos

... and tenders use to unload their crews who would drink and carouse at Dolly Arthur's and other brothels along the boardwalk at Creek Street. It was known as the only place in Alaska where the fish and the fishermen both came to spawn! Now, the area is a prominent tourist area and really worth seeing because of it's unique location. It was a fun stroll and a good opportunity to view the salmon making their journey upstream.

By the time we started our ...