Sweet Dreams B&B

406 W. Fourth Ave, Nome, Alaska, 99762, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 406 W. Fourth Ave, Nome.
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Travel Blogs from Nome

Home sweet Nome

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Aug 16, 2014

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... people sell everyone they own to try and strike it rich with gold here and lose everything. There are a lot of people that come here to get rich and very few actually do make it. They actually made a reality TV show (I haven't watched it) on the gold rush and it gets pretty good reviews. Downtown Nome seems to be pretty lively at night. Definitely a lot more alive than Barrow or Kotzebue. It has a lot of bars and ...

Somewhere Over the Pacific

A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Feb 18, 2013

... in beautiful professional attire that included a ready smile at almost any opportunity. We both agreed that the scenery was stunning at 40,000 feet!!

Our Monday was a short one, only six hours because we crossed the International Date Line. We almost completely missed Monday, leaving SFO about 12:30 a.m. and crossing the IDL about six hours later while over Alaska on our great circle route to Taiwan.

Standby for Tuesday!

No Place Like Nome

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Jun 27, 2012

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... There was a case with intricate ivory carvings, many maps of the preserve itself, and also many pictures of the beautiful and unique park. We also found out about a ranger program happening later that we planned to attend.

Next we went to the Nome Visitor Center to get some maps and information about what to see and do in the area. Behind the visitor center was a "Welcome to Nome" sign, and across the street was the ...

Alaskan Birthday - Flying to Nome

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Jun 26, 2012

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... It seems like no matter how many times I see this scenery, it never gets old!

In Palmer is the Musk Ox Farm. The farm started because of two reasons. 1. Musk Ox were almost extinct and 2. the small native villages in Alaska were very poor. A man named Teal decided that the natives and Musk Ox could live together and help each other. Musk Ox have a very soft underwool called qiviut that can be harvested each spring ...

Leaving home

A travel blog entry by ak49 on Oct 24, 2008

... crazy trip is now underway, as I leave home for a world far greater than I can imagine. Still not out of the state yet, with the trip just warming up as I head to fairbanks. The only thing now I can hope for is my flight stops getting delayed and I don't have to go during the two hour flight with no ...