Alaska Bed and Breakfast Rentals

5402 Arctic Blvd Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska, 99518, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Taku / Campbell area of Anchorage, is near Campbell Creek Greenbelt, Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, and Pop Carr Park.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage


A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Jun 20, 2014

... the shuttle asked us all if we were going to the hotel for Princess. The couple in the back shook their heads saying they were just on vacation. I introduced myself and found out that he was a comedian coming onboard. In the first 10 minutes, I learned that he has a 55 year old girlfriend (that looks 29—he even showed me a picture of her in a bikini and good Lord I hope that’s what I look like at her age!) is doing a Cindy Crawford modeling commercial gig, ...

Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 127 photos

... see another brown bear at rest, then check out the musk oxen. These are actually the largest member of the goat family, which could explain the musk label. Like a lot of goats they enjoy butting things, including each other and they take exception to tourists. There is a multi strand fence of wire rope inside the wire mesh and electric fence to slow down the charges before the outer fence is damaged. We watch the males try to have a go at some tourists through the fence. The ...

Day out in Anchorage!!!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Jul 28, 2013

10 photos

... after walking for about 30 mins we arrive at the building which is suppose to house the museum however it is closed and also makes no mention of the museum even being there. We then decide to cab it back (now 3pm and worried museum may close soon) into town and try the Anchorage Museum. Well turns out the Anchorage museum is awesome but not free however, they provide such great displays and exhibits that it was worth the entry fee. We learnt ...

Turn Again!

A travel blog entry by ceebie on Jul 09, 2013

3 comments, 6 photos

... Jo the Turnagain Arm with the same result, hence they had to 'turn again' and so it was named.

In 1964, the second most powerful earthquake recorded in the USA hit Anchorage. We passed the resulting 'Ghost Forest' of trees that died as a result of salt from the ensuing tsunami inundating their roots.

The Bore Tides
The bore tide is a huge wave or series of waves that advance down Turnagain Arm in a wall ...

Tour de Anchor(age)-Drinking, Biking, & Trolleying

A travel blog entry by roger.harvey on Jun 28, 2013

3 comments, 19 photos

... conclusion: After the your first 16 oz's of beer, any beer goes with any food ... what the yak, anyway.

The drive to Anchorage took us through Wasilla (hello Sara). The view from the highway was spectacular -- lakes and three dimensional mountains. Mountains lined up straight ahead as far as you could see. It was 12:01 pm so we stopped by Sara's for a beer. Good pairing -- mountains, beer, and Sara.