Seward Front Row B&B
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... US families from further away, and there are hundreds and hundreds of RVs, campervans, 5th wheelers and tents all around the coastline - just like Rosebud at home. Along the foreshore, too, is the trail that is the starting point for the original annual Iditarod dog sled race - all 938 miles of it to Nome.
Brendan and Rachel took us out to dinner as a thank you for organising the holiday, as we fly out to Colorado tomorrow with Brendan, and Rachel flies home. We're going to miss ...
Had a good day today. Started out looking at a few sites around Anchorage, including an area that is now a park, but used to be a subdivision before it was destroyed by the 1964 earthquake - ground broke up, liquefied, and slid partially into the Cook Inlet. Because it is now boggy wetland, we were nearly carried away by mosquitoes. We hit Wally World for some stuff for lunches over the next two weeks, then headed toward Seward. Made a stop at ...
... this time we have a balcony overlooking the Seward water front. Nice!
Unpacked and organised ourselves a bit then headed to the fishing harbour in search of some fushy fush fush for dinner for Julia. She was lusting after halibut or salmon ... or the other white fish, chicken.
Had a nice meal at Rays Waterfront overlooking all the fishing boats and bathtub toys of the rich (perhaps oil barons?). Back to our end of town for an ...
... him no, that we had bear spray instead, he
looked at us as if we were crazy, said that at least 8 had been seen, and
wished us luck.
Well we decided to think about it when along comes a young family Dad (packing), Mom (packing) and daughter. Guess who we made friends with and followed them to the riverbank.
Walked the trail for approx 1.5 miles to the mouth of the River and not a bear
to be had. It was ...
... and took their local shuttle to town. It was cooler and 54 degrees today. We watched the charter fishing boats return. The biggest halibut today was 156 pounds. The derby ended today with the largest halibut weighing 211 pounds. We ate dinner at Chinooks. We also stopped for gelato at Brown & Hawkins; a building that dates from ...
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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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