Zimovia Bed & Breakfast

Address: 319 Weber Street , Wrangell, Alaska, 99929, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 319 Weber Street , Wrangell, is near Petroglyph Beach and Stikine River.
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      Travel Blogs from Wrangell

      Tides working against us?

      A travel blog entry by govgal on Sep 03, 2014

      3 photos

      ... for this! We didn't stay in port for too long, but I did manage to grab my sleeping bag and pad from the car now that my passenger side was now accessible. I snagged a Solarium lounge chair on level 8. It is actually rather nice at the moment, the sun is out, and the heaters (made by Infratech for anyone who cares) are on at just the right temp. The only thing bad about the back deck is that you can only seen where you have been and not where you are ...

      OH NO - only criminally priced internet available

      A travel blog entry by trishie on May 31, 2014

      6 comments

      Hello everybody

      On board and waiting to push off at 4pm (now 3.30pm). I am in a bar and have hooked into a free WiFi at the cruise terminal.

      Absolutely beautiful surrounds on the ship -9 levels - very easy to get lost... so I took a cruise tour to orientate myself. One glass of wine with lunch was $11. But I found a beverages card that covers all drinks alcoholic/non-alcoholic for $44 a day - max out at ...

      Wrangell

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Mar 29, 2014

      7 photos

      ... are not for sale and want to keep the island quiet. It is on a harbor, which seems to be common for Alaska towns. There are incredible views around the island and this is why the people move here. No one really moves here for the town because there is nothing in the town, but the environment is unbeatable. It was not too cold, but you can see the snow level a few hundred feet above.

      We had several stops with my college team ...

      Wrangell Adventure Week with Gnats!

      A travel blog entry by tzhk10 on Jul 31, 2013

      88 photos

      ... on the line. We caught 6 salmon, one was a King salmon that was not big enough to keep (28 inch limit) and the rest were coho also known as silver. The teeth are very sharp and hurt if you touch them.

      Friday we got to take showers and wash the laundry. Friday night we went and got to listen to Jack Dalton, a Yu'pik storyteller. The story was about honoring all of nature even ...

      Petroglyphs

      A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jul 30, 2013

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... I was able to retrieve my notes and guide book. Thank goodness for small towns!

      Torston went for a Ranger-led hike this morning. He was in his glory. He had two female rangers and no other kids on the hike. They were quite impressed with his interest and questions. They were actually a little late getting back . He rode his bike into town by ...