Moose Den Bed & Breakfast

Address: 12170 Hilltop Drive, Anchorage, Alaska, 99515, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Bayshore / Klatt area of Anchorage, is near Anchorage Golf Course, Campbell Lake, Rugged Alaska, and Frontier Art Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Anchorage

      San Francisco to Anchorage

      A travel blog entry by ozray on Aug 25, 2014

      4 photos

      ... really had time to have a look at the outside of the liner with no time to take a tour. That was a good decision because we made it to the airport just 45 minutes before our connecting flight to Anchorage. At least we didn't have a boring wait in the airport.

      Flight to Anchorage was 5 hours and we both managed to watch a movie and get some sleep. Jet Blue has been good for a budget airline, more leg room on plane than the 747 we were ...

      Drive to Anchorage

      A travel blog entry by kenjackie78 on Jun 15, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... hike to the Byron Glacier, where we could look back across to another glacier on the other side of the valley (today's picture). Then we stopped to watch the bore tide come into the Turnagain Arm, and drove on up to Anchorage and had dinner at Olive Garden. On to Valdez ...

      Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

      1 comment, 127 photos

      ... second bag, as it was not where it should have been, then Dianne found our bus driver, confirmed we were a starter, left our big bags with him, and took our valuables bags and walked out to near the covered train platform, and along the waterfront in full wet weather gear, to check out the "town". We took a close-up of the colourful multi-storey wooden building on the water’s edge, and walked to the fishing harbour for photos and a quick talk to a local youth, ...

      What all am I doing here?

      A travel blog entry by rodk on Nov 17, 2013

      8 comments, 46 photos

      ... water. Ilse, pursuing childhood ambition, has also booked us on a dog-sledding trip over the New Year so we may be returning home with a husky puppy and some cool frostbite scars.

      I hope that most readers reached the end of this missive without losing interest. If you did then I’ll finish with the strongest recommendation that if you have the opportunity to apply for a Fulbright scholarship or similar then you should pull out all stops to get it. They are a ...

      Looking down; looking back

      A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 26, 2013

      ... local cafes existing in every village in Europe with great take-away for 5 Euros. I don't think cheap food actually exists in Alaska. Food has to be imported and schlepped around on boats and planes, and prices reflect that. But it is a food culture, just like the South, and the fresh seafood offerings are amazing. My favorite activity in Alaska was the flight seeing trip with a bush pilot over Glacier Bay National Park, for absolutely most thrills ...