The Spyglass Inn B&B

385 East Fairview, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 385 East Fairview, Homer, is near Islands and Oceans Visitor Center, Pratt Museum, Kachemak Bay State Park, and Bunnell Street Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Homer

    A Day of Rest

    A travel blog entry by suzannecompton on Jun 15, 2014

    30 photos

    ... a scarf and a few other little items. Ben joined us for a bowl of clam chowder (very good, with dill in it), and then I bought him his Father's Day present, a beautiful vase for the mantel at our mountain house. The potter was there in the shop and it was very interesting talking to her about her work. The shops are not your usual touristy ones but most have unique items made by local artisans. We walked the mile+ back to Heritage RV Park (a very nice one) ...

    Of Halibut and Bears

    A travel blog entry by rodk on Aug 17, 2013

    6 comments, 71 photos

    ... houses in what is now known as Earthquake Park in Anchorage.

    Cook Inlet, of course, is named after the ubiquitous Captain Cook, who, doubtless still chuffed about discovering Australia, sailed to Alaska in 1788 in search of the elusive Northwest Passage through the Arctic Sea. Despite being over 180 miles long the inlet of course wasn’t the famed passage and Turnagain Arm was named by Cook’s Sailing Master after he was forced to "turn ...

    Success, Really?

    A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jul 10, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... of launchingthat I have ever seen. The boat was left on the trailer, we were asked to climb ladder to board, then large lift truck backed us into the water with such force that we floated off the trailer. They must do this 200 times a day. The return is the opposite the trailer is in the water and the captain literally has to come in hot to avoid tearing up his engines in the shallow water yet get the boat onto the trailer.

    Now ...

    Day 21

    A travel blog entry by paso2alaska on Jun 24, 2013

    4 photos

    ... the spit. See a couple cleaning their catch of halibut, take pictures of all the boats, stop in some of the tourist shops (very touristy) and end up at the Salty Dawg for a beer. In the bar there are hundreds of dollar bills stuck on every part of the ceiling and some walls. I even noticed a Canadian $100.00. Walked back to the RV, sat in the sunshine out of the wind and had a great dinner. ...

    Lets blow this pop stand

    A travel blog entry by nealinthailand on Aug 21, 2012

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... of life. its like Jekyll and Hyde almost how different and independent my two lives are.

    so now its off to Thailand. i have a ride this year all the way to anchorage so no need to hitch hike which is nice. hitching is not hard but it just adds a level of uncertainty to the whole day that i can happily do without. i would make it to anchorage, just not sure exactly when. so ride to anchorage and then flight to Seattle where i have an 8 ...