Two Sisters Bakery And Suites By The Beach

Address: 233 East Bunnell Ave., Homer, Alaska, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 233 East Bunnell Ave., Homer, is near Islands and Oceans Visitor Center, Pratt Museum, Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, and Kachemak Bay State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Homer

    A Most Memorable Fishing Trip

    A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Aug 15, 2014

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... The new location was easier to fish but then the rain increased. In 200’ of water, it became a real fishing frenzy and the yells, “Fish Up” came in unison from both sides of the boat. We had been asked to yell when our fish was close to the surface so the crew could bring in the fish and the 3lb. lead weights wouldn’t knock out the cabin windows or other fishermen. Within about an hour and half, all 25 ...

    Bays & Mountains

    A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Sep 07, 2013

    40 photos

    ... blue and therefore so was the ocean; it was incredible to think there was nothing between us and Japan except possibly the Hawaiian Islands. There were sea otters floating below and bald eagles soaring above – could life get any better?

    We strolled back through the old town, admiring the historic buildings, then drove down to a viewpoint over the marsh opposite the airport hoping to see some birds, but all the ...

    How far can Homer spit?

    A travel blog entry by robsons on Aug 27, 2013

    5 photos

    ... and it's gear and then some of the human clothes, like an extremely padded down jacket and over boots that looked like they belong to Hagrid because they're huge! Julia tried the jacket on and once she put the hood up all we could see of her were her mouth and legs.

    Finally hit the road Jack for our drive to Homer waaaay at the end of the Kenai Peninsula, a drive made 1hr longer due to bloody roadworks. They're such a joy. It's weird too, ...

    Good Friday 1964, 1989....

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Jul 17, 2013

    7 photos

    Good Friday, two days before Easter is likely not a day looked forward to by residents of the Kenai Peninsula. For it was on that day in 1964 that the largest earthquake ever recorded in N. America and the second largest recorded anywhere (9.2 on the Richter scale) hit the region. As mentioned in an earlier blog posting, Alaska's main industrial port, Seward was devastated to be reborn as a tourist centre. The lower peninsula’s main ...

    Road trip to Homer

    A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends on Jun 22, 2013

    5 photos

    ... meeting our guide tomorrow at True North Kayaking.

    After that, it was off to dinner. We had RSVP at The Homestead. This is an interesting restaurant that was pretty far out of town…about 7 miles, which puts you in the “boonies”. Upon entering the restaurant, it appeared to be a 4-5 star restaurant (Homer Style) shoved into a few “double-wide” mobile homes. I say this, because it is how it ...

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