South Bluff Bed and Breakfast

124 Beaufort Circle, Anchorage, Alaska, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Old Seward / Oceanview area of Anchorage, is near Potter Marsh Bird Sanctuary, Horse Trekkin Alaska, Anchorage Golf Course, and Campbell Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Anchorage

    Fishing

    A travel blog entry by becsher on Aug 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the Sockeye Salmon turn bright red after they spawn. This also happens to be shortly before they die. There was no missing that fish in the clear water. Salmon do not have much interest in feeding after they spawn as they have used all their energy to swim upstream to lay their eggs. We stopped at Long Lake off the highway and Kevin went out to fish (I stayed in the RV). Kevin caught ...

    Day One-Anchorage

    A travel blog entry by shannoneastin on Jul 11, 2014

    12 photos

    ... a restaurant on Lake Hood. It is the worlds busiest floatplane lake. So we ate dinner and watched float planes take off and land. The chocolate moose was the final touch on a full, fun day. So, I asked Everyone about their favorite part of the day. Here's what they said: Austin-- the pool and the moose Gracie--the moose and thatcher pass Kaitlin-- moose Travis--hitch hiking prairie dog Scott--float plane Shannon--it was all ...

    HELLO CORAL ALASKA

    A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Jun 20, 2014

    ... comedian I had just met in the shuttle and he invited me to sit with him. When the waiter came by he joked about already having picked up a chick for dinner. The comedian (I really need to get his name again) acted as if he’d known me forever and said things to the waiter like "She’s one expensive date, I’ll tell you." To which I scoffed at, trying to explain how I would rather take a picnic hike than sit through a fancy restaurant meal, but mid-sentence ...

    What all am I doing here?

    A travel blog entry by rodk on Nov 17, 2013

    8 comments, 46 photos

    ... to even greater frequency and intensity of destructive cyclones.

    But it’s not all work and no play. As winter takes hold and the snow and ice arrive, we will do some things we can’t do back home. I’ll fulfil a childhood desire and attempt ice skating and, while I’m there, fit in some ice fishing - yes people really do fish through holes drilled through ice when it is so cold that the fish snap freezes as you pull it out ...

    Looking down; looking back

    A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 26, 2013

    ... The two all day wildlife-watching boat trips, in Sitka and Seward, were close runner-ups. We approached activities with the idea that we had already spent the money to get here, we might as well do as much as we could. I suspect that by arranging day trips independently, we got much smaller groups and paid less than a cruise line would have charged. One of the best perks of independent traveling was meeting Alaskans. They are friendly people, just ...