Extended Stay America - Anchorage - Midtown

700 E 34th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska, 99503, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Midtown area of Anchorage, is near Alaska Wild Berry Products, Heritage Library and Museum, David Green Park, and Obeidi's Fine Art Ltd. Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Anchorage

    Back home in Alaska!

    A travel blog entry by midtownrotary on Jul 30, 2014

    12 photos

    ... as co-pilot.

    Daniel and I picked up Father Simon at Isla Trinitaria's main school (that's where he lives) at around 9:00 am. He was taking care of some issues so once he was done, we started our drive towards Monte Sinai.

    Father Simon told us that the population of Monte Senai is about 350,000 and growing very fast. The roads are not paved and not all areas have electricity. Crime is very high on this area. He has built one school and his biggest ...

    Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

    1 comment, 127 photos

    ... size fish wheel made from local materials. This is an American invention, adapted by the natives to replace dip nets on long poles. There are also good displays of Alaskan and other mountains, and an excellent relief map. By the time we leave it’s 5pm, and it is closing.

    We return to Glennallen, then head west on the Glenn Highway (mile 188) from which we can look back to vast vistas of pine cloaked plains, and the St Elias mountains beyond. As we began to ...

    A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

    A travel blog entry by rodk on Jan 18, 2014

    70 photos

    The introduction of the snow mobile in the 1950s and the consequent decline of dog sledding created an epochal change in life in the Arctic. Almost overnight, the practice of dog sledding that had underpinned life in the Arctic for over 5000 years was relegated to a comparative handful of die-hard sourdoughs, and Alaskan Native communities were welded into the cash economy. Nowadays, Alaskans own more snow mobiles per head than any other US state (7 per 100 people), while ...

    Exploring Downtown Anchorage

    A travel blog entry by fol-de-re on Aug 25, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Winter if the beats got hungry I don't know. There has never been a casualty though. We learned about the Gold Rush and an obliging park ranger showed us how to pan for gold and treated us to a trip through the emergency exit doors to see Mount McKinley in the distance - a rare sight in Anchorage, because usually, it is too cloudy to see it at all. He was pretty excited about it. We passed a beautiful quilt shop with some stunning completed quilts on display. One ...

    Early Days

    A travel blog entry by rodk on Aug 08, 2013

    14 comments, 16 photos

    ... car yards – the sort that sells cheap cars to ingenuous, cash strapped Australians- were all rip-off merchants (imagine that…) and we must buy privately on the omnipotent Craigslist website. After fruitlessly traipsing on foot all over town to look at cars that had already sold (or were unsellable) we found the perfect vehicle. Built shortly before the Mesozoic, the 5.8L V8 Chevy Juggernaut was exactly what we needed and almost too good to ...