Gwin's Lodge and Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Gwin's Lodge and Restaurant Cooper Landing
Travel Blogs from Cooper Landing
... the time the place opened… and before the lot was full of people… that said, an internet search the night before found us one of two Costco’s in Anchorage… And we picked the one we felt was easiest to get on and off the highway… Sure enough we arrived about 15 – 20 minutes early… I do wish that Costco would mark the truck route in and out of the warehouse like Walmart does… the truck routes for the semi’s make ...
... purple fireweed that blows in the breeze. Soon, we are back in Anchorage and just as quickly past it. We retrace our steps from the bus ride from Whittier, driving the Alaskan Highway along the Turnagain Arm of the Cook Inlet. The mudflats that make up the tidal basin are barren. Not even birds dare tread on the muddy surface for fear of sinking like quicksand into the glacier silt. We weave along the mountain side, glassy blue water on our ...
... before pulling in, I heard a hissing sound....nope, no snakes in Alaska....it was Toto II's right tire losing air. Drat!! First flat of the trip. We've logged over 9000 miles so far, so I guess that's not too bad. Shane quickly got the camper into position in the campsite so that we were at least out of the way and in place to do the dirty deed. And I do mean dirty!
The original Scotty Hilander axle is very low and when we had our axle replaced ...
We board the Statendam and at Seward and get ourselves organised in our veranda room. The boat is big compared with the river cruise boat of last year but not large as cruise ships go. We don't leave until later in the day so I take the opportunity of finding out what might be best for me to do. Also use deck 6 for an uninterrupted walk (4 times around is a mile so it says). There are ...
... be a big mistake because I didn't realize until we were in the raft that I didn't have the telephoto lens on the camera!
We walked a very short distance to the river. The guide gave us a safety briefing, mostly what to do if we stopped and encountered a bear or moose. After a little while we were on our way. The poor guide had to row against the current for a short time.
Our guide was a young college kid in Alaska for the ...