Girdwood Guest House

274 Brighton Road, Girdwood, Alaska, 99587, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Girdwood

Saturday, Sept 14th

A travel blog entry by joankaichen


Quiet day....just around the house. Caught up with laundry and began getting things organized for our return trip. Bon and I went to store late afternoon for a few things. Donna Jefferson came over for pizza that night. What an amazing person. Had a nice ...

To Whittier to See Glaciers!

A travel blog entry by milady.r


... by the hairs of my chinny chin chin.

Onwards again for less than a mile and we were at the port already! This is a small village but surrounded by beautiful mountains and deep blue water port which the start of the "Passage Canal" portion of Prince William Sound of the Gulf of Alaska (i.e., Bligh Reef was site of Exxon Valdez spill in 1989). The board walk has 3/-4 restaurants, 1 public restroom, and 2 gift stores. Had ice cream before having a picnic lunch on the board ...

Anchorage and the Cook Inlet

A travel blog entry by beemerdave


... clear day the views must be pretty spectacular.
We stopped for breakfast, then proceeded along the Glen Highway to Anchorage under heavy cloud cover. After picking up oil and a drain pan at O’Reilly auto parts, I changed the oil and filter in a Jiffy Lube parking lot while Janet did some reading over coffee nearby. The folks at Jiffy Lube were extremely helpful and interested in hearing all about our ...

Cruising Time!!!

A travel blog entry by a3dennert


... the restored Hoonah Packing company cannery complex.

Day 4 > Juneau and Sawyer Glacier ( 1386K_part1.pdf)

Juneau, the capital of the State of Alaska, is located roughly 890 miles northwest of Seattle,
Washington and 560 miles southeast of Anchorage. A very interesting fact is that Juneau has no road access. Main access to Juneau is by sea or air. In Juneau Vera and I ...

Snow welcomed us in Whittier

A travel blog entry by peeteeandjoe


Whittier is the port where we COULD have gone to Anchorage. I say could because it was snowing. Actually it was snowing Horizontally. Since we get snow at home, it didn't seem like a good place to go ashore.

The people in the cabin next to us were Aussies and they enjoyed going out and playing in the snow. They don't have it ...

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