Anchorage Guest House

2001 Hillcrest Drive, Anchorage, Alaska, 99517, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2001 Hillcrest Drive, Anchorage, is near Westchester Lagoon Overlook, Chester Creek Greenbelt, Margaret Sullivan Memorial Park, and Lynn Ary Park.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Anchorage Arrival!!!

A travel blog entry by karenpgh on Jun 26, 2014

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... order to show you what NOT to do. However, we still managed to drive our temporary home to the Super Walmart down the street to get supplies and food. Then back to spend the first night in Great Alaskan Holidays' lot. Before our flights changed for the better, we were originally going to arrive after hours so just kept with the plan of not having to drive off the lot for the first ...

Day Seven

A travel blog entry by nitafjerstad1 on Jun 23, 2014

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... and other exhibits on Alaska. During our trip, we were informed of an 8.0 earthquake that hit the Alaskan Aleutians Islands. The earthquake was 1,400 miles away from Anchorage so we were not affected. A few parents wondered if we were near it, but fortunately we were far, far away! We arrived in Homer after 7:00 pm and went to dinner at Cosmic Kitchen. We were served tacos, enchiladas, beans, rice, and chips. Everyone ate ...

Alaskan Adventure - Day 3

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jun 22, 2014

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We packed up camp and said our goodbyes to Webey and Derrick and headed back to Anchorage. Halfway through our drive we made a stop at a national park for a few scenic hikes and were fortunate enough to see our first (and last) black bear of the trip. He was scurrying across the road so we only caught the back half of him, but hey! a bear is a bear!

Engineer Lake was ...

Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 127 photos

... of the Old Denali Highway, and mile 185.5 on the Ric******* Highway). Dianne was thinking of having one of the great burgers described in the Lonely Planet, but when we got there the shop had long closed. A quick look on the way through dispelled any thoughts of free wi-fi at the library, so we carried on along the river leading to Paxson Lake, where there is a campground with a waste dump station (mile 175).

Our electronic indicator panel tells us the black water ...

A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

A travel blog entry by rodk on Jan 18, 2014

70 photos

The introduction of the snow mobile in the 1950s and the consequent decline of dog sledding created an epochal change in life in the Arctic. Almost overnight, the practice of dog sledding that had underpinned life in the Arctic for over 5000 years was relegated to a comparative handful of die-hard sourdoughs, and Alaskan Native communities were welded into the cash economy. Nowadays, Alaskans own more snow mobiles per head than any other US state (7 per 100 people), while ...