Girdwood Guest House

Address: 274 Brighton Road, Girdwood, Alaska, 99587, United States | Hotel
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      Day 24

      A travel blog entry by garrickgottleib on Aug 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... of dollars and my parents were looking at the Moose one to buy. It was sold for $4500 but not to us. Thought it's too much money with the shipping and all. We decide to have lunch at a great restaurant called chair five in Girdwood. I had an amazing elk burger and so did my mom. After that we went home and chilled for the rest the ...

      Dip Net Me A Fish

      A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 29, 2014

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      July 27, 2014

      Finally a morning of sun's rays. What a great day for adventure. After some pancakes and bacon, we left the municipal camping lot along the coast of Resurrection Bay and headed to downtown Seward. Camping must be a great pastime in this area because the rocky jetties of the shore are lined with weekenders in every type of camper and tent imaginable. As I strolled the boardwalk last night, I ...

      Buses...Trains....and Ships

      A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 19, 2014

      21 photos

      ... little town and in the late 60's and early 70's there was an influx of hippies into the area that didn't set well with the towns people. They even went so far as to put signs up in the fronts of their businesses for the hippies to use the back or side entrance, most of which didn't have a side or back entrances. A left handed way of saying, we don't want you here. But the hippies persevered and over time the towns people accepted them and that's where the ...

      Chicken Run

      A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Jul 13, 2014

      1 comment, 65 photos

      ... from the Wrangell St Ellias National Park, where they also had an interesting contraption for fishing, 'the fish wheel'. Driven by the river's current, the baskets scoop up unwitting fish and deposit them in the basket on the side - maybe Nigel should build himself one of those.


      Train/road tunnel

      A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jun 06, 2014

      29 photos

      ... were very interesting. Whittier had a military base there during WWII and there were two very ugly buildings remaining. One serves as residences for about half of the town. The Harbormaster's office let us park for the night in their parking lot and offered showers and toilets. The former park near the entrance of the tunnel no longer accepts overnight parking. It was still raining very ...