Alaska Bear Company

535 E. 6th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Anchorage - Our Last Day

A travel blog entry by a1912a


We arranged for a late checkout (1 p.m.) and walked to the Snow City Cafe for breakfast (read about it on Trip Advisor). It was good but way overrated from what I'd read on Trip Advisor. We decided that, since we hadn't seen ANY moose or bear our entire trip, that we would go to the Anchorage Zoo. So, that's how we spent our last day in Alaska. It was a very small zoo, but nice just the same. We ...

Denali Dogs Take Two

A travel blog entry by cphenly


... Go figure. A little history: the guy who had the naming rights to the mountain liked President McKinley's policies on the gold standard, so he named the mountain after him. McKinley was not here, did not scale the peak, did not dedicate the park, did not do anything to warrant this honor. Every year legislation is introduced to change the name officially to Denali, but there is a long-standing tradition in congress, I gather, not to act on ...

The sun never sets.....

A travel blog entry by bdsaly


... itself which looks much like most other small cities in middle America. We're so far north here that at 10 pm the sun’s still high in the sky and it feels more like 10 am. No sign yet of Alaska’s most notorious daughter, Sarah Palin whose home town of Wasila is a suburb of Anchorage (or is it the other way around?). For that matter, we haven’t spotted Russia yet either, but with so many hours of daylight, we haven’t given up on either ...

Our day in Anchorage. We're in Alaska!

A travel blog entry by dixiej


... night and buying peanut butter, bread, G2, and fruit. Kim spread the peanut butter on the bread with her fingers! (Sounds like this would be easy but it was actually kinda tricky.) We ate the sandwiches along with a bunch of grapes, a banana and some beef jerky and I ended the night with a chocolate covered blueberry cordial. Unreal! (Not a fancy meal but yummy just the same.)

We decided it was better to get the steps in seeing something versus ...

101 Reasons to Use a Travel Agent

A travel blog entry by cacique.tourism

... they ask how you got all those details organized you can say, “My agent did it.”
93. Forbidden Fruit
Your travel agent can forewarn you of items not allowed to be brought back into the United States. –Yes, you have to smoke those Cuban cigars before you leave to come home and you can’t bring that “rattling rose apple” back with you from India!
94. Financial Planning
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