Moby Dick Hostel & Lodging

Address: 432 Third Avenue, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 432 Third Avenue, Seward, is near Kayak Adventures Worldwide, Adventure Sixty North, Crackerjack Sportfishing Charters, and Mt. Marathon.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Moby Dick Hostel & Lodging Seward

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Seward

      Getting on the ship/Ship Review

      A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jul 04, 2014

      3 photos

      ... formal night we had a 7pm dinner reservation. We found only one "manned" photo station and on the second formal we found 2 after we ate. We also didn't see photographers when getting off the ship. Funny thing was that we saw pics with other backgrounds and of people getting off the ship. Not sure if our timing was off, but sure glad I didn't have a photo package this time around! Pics as always are pricey. Bought 4 photos and one was 1/2 off...just under $80.


      Rain and fog

      A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on May 30, 2014

      42 photos

      ... Pass and then Trail Lake became Tern Lake and a much prettier color. The railroad had rejoined us and we went on into Seward. We had a nice lunch at a new brewery and visited the Alaska Sealife Center - a very well done museum and recovery center for abandoned sealife. We found the city campground right on the bay that was within walking distance of town. We could not see to the end of the bay or the tops of the surrounding mountains due to heavy fog and ...

      Seward Run

      A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Sep 13, 2013

      1 comment, 76 photos

      ... Anchorage did.

      Day 2

      One of the requests that the owner of this guesthouse suggested was to never leave food outside, as bears will commonly go through trash cans to find it. Well last night in my frantic rush to find the power adaptor, I left two of the car doors open all night, with food still inside the car! Fortunately no bruins tore the glove box open but still...phew!

      The weather today was pretty overcast and wet, but we still decided to see what ...

      Dancing in the rain...Seward style!

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 06, 2013

      9 photos

      ... thousands of years. Beside the road were signs that indicated the glaciers position each year &showed that the glacier had been receding for over 200 years. It had receded about a mile over that time. It indicated instantly to us that global warming is not a recent phenomenan and given many carbon producing items were not around all those years ago is there really a huge problem or is it a natural earth warming trend. From the visitors centre ...

      Now that was a climb.

      A travel blog entry by alaska2013 on Jul 27, 2013

      59 photos

      ... I had to stop and take pictures the entire way up and back down. The trail was a challenge I won't lie. But once you made it to the top it was amazing. The hike down was just as challenging. We did stop on the long the way for a glacier foot bath. The water was so cold after soaking your feet for a few minutes you felt no pain.
      We arrived back at the RV and I am now ready for some dinner. After 6 + miles of hiking I am one hungry girl. ...