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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    Travel Blogs from Seward

    Gold mining this morning in a mountain stream

    A travel blog entry by snorthouse on Jun 01, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... a steep path through the woods to the glacier fed stream and we find a good spot. I did not know that mining gold was so much work. I shoveled gravel/dirt from the stream banks into buckets and then carried them to Teague down by the stream and he slowly dumped ths dirt into the sluice box that we set up in the stream. The gold then gets seperated and trapped and we then take ...

    Day Ten

    A travel blog entry by nitafjerstad1 on Jun 26, 2014

    13 photos

    ... bus and headed for the airport. After we unloaded and checked to see if we forgot anything, we said our good-byes to Yvette and Tina. We went into the airport and changed into our People to People uniforms. We checked in, went trough security, and proceeded to our gate. After we boarded we had to sit at the gate until the maintenance men fixed a part. Then we departed Anchorage. We have a 6 1/2 hour flight to Dallas. So good night everyone. We will see you ...

    Seward Run

    A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Sep 13, 2013

    1 comment, 76 photos

    ... to regret buying the cruise tickets. Apart from the occasional otter or bald eagle, there was nothing to see.

    All that changed thankfully. When we reached the glaciers after about an hour - wow! They were truly breathtaking. Ted and I used almost an entire memory card with all the photographs we took. It was an interesting journey too, as the boat needed to plow through so much ice to get there. I was nervously expecting a Titanic moment but fortunately these vessels ...

    Seward is a Folly

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Aug 30, 2013

    1 photo

    ... California, a couple from Illinois, a mom and her eight year old daughter from Seattle and me. An adjacent table for twelve holds only a lone man so I invite him to join us. He is from Vancouver. We get along well and the eight year old is a model kid at the table. We won’t be lifelong friends but our dinner conversation is fine. The man, Brent, has just spend three weeks with bears. He has good ...

    Dancing in the rain...Seward style!

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 06, 2013

    9 photos

    ... had a large deep pool as these birds are excellent swimmers and like to dive. We saw tufted and horned puffins playing, swimming and eating! There was one crazy puffin that didnt have as bright a beak so we thought he may have been a juvenile! He was crazily swimming, diving and even taking leaps out of the water. Fred thought he had the bird form of ADD. There was a duck trying to calmly just drift around and was getting increasinly ...