Seward Front Row B&B
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We left our great little motel in Homer under cloudy skies and balmy temperatures for our third day on the Kenai Peninsula and retraced our route along the Sterling Highway 1. Along the way we had one quick moose sighting near Kenai Lake. Riding along Steward Highway 9 we made our way over Moose Pass as the cloud cover gave way to patches of blue …
... couples on the tour that lived within 20 miles of her and they had never met before. Small world. This seems to happen all the time and I love when it does. When I was in college, I went to Europe with a friend. We were staying at a Youth Hostel (a place people can stay where you share rooms with others) in Austria. We were in a room with 3 other girls who we had not met yet. My friend and I wondered who was rooming with us, from ...
... our walk into town and were soon back at the small boat harbour. We stopped there briefly to eat a banana and came across a memorial to the some 130 people lost in an earthquake in 1964. From there we followed a footpath which runs near the waterfront, and along the large camping ground where there were lots of RVs parked. Our driver guide to Anchorage later told us that the cost of a powered site is in the order of $1000 per month. We noticed ...
... it interesting and when he described what actually running the race is like (he's done it 3 times so far) you realize how truly awesome these dogs and mushers are. The terrain and conditions are a true test of physical and emotional prowess. Then we were brought to the dog yard. The Seavy family (who have won the Ididarod several times) currently have 81 dogs and a litter of 6 puppies. These dogs are ...
... is not really recommended, but I've learned some tips and tricks to high-speed, in car photography. First, a fast shutter speed really came in handy. Usually rapid shutter speed are used for taking photos at fast moving objects, but in my case, I was the fast moving object and my scenery came and went rapidly. So, I figured it would work the other way around. Second, I had to be aware of the window glare being in my shot. Since ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsSeward Front Row B&B
We had a very comfortable stay in this spacious home just across front street facing the channel. The home is a real work of art, with lots of unique details (like our bed, made from burls), a large, open living room and a well stocked kitchen with every type of breakfast item imaginable. Everything is "help yourself." We really enjoyed our stay. The owners were friendly and made us feel right at home. The house is withing tow blocks of all the downtown attractions and restaurants, with off street parking.
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