Hotel Seward

Address: 221 5th Avenue, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 221 5th Avenue, Seward, is near Alaska SeaLife Center, Kayak Adventures Worldwide, Adventure Sixty North, and Crackerjack Sportfishing Charters.
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      Travel Blogs from Seward

      My last week in Seward for the season

      A travel blog entry by amandalynn88 on Sep 09, 2014

      ... times the scenery changes while going up a mountain!

      On to new adventures! I leave Seward on Sunday and fly out of Anchorage on the red eye to Seattle where I meet up with my dear friend, Hannah, to tour the city for the day!! Then I'm on a second red eye to Kansas City!! I'll exhange my summer clothes for winter clothes and spend a few days running and baking with my besite, Angela! Then off ...

      Resurrection Bay Fjord and Whale Watching Cruise

      A travel blog entry by shannoneastin on Jul 13, 2014

      ... to rocks without following the fate of the titanic. Half way through the cruise we stopped at Fox Island at a private lodge for all you can eat prime rib, fresh salmon and 2 lbs of Alaskan King Crab. It was perfection!! Austin also received her Junior Park Ranger badge from Lonnie the National Park Ranger who was also our guide. Austin wouldn't take the oath by herself, so the entire family recited the oath.... In front of everyone on the cruise. ...

      Seward and on to Anchorage

      A travel blog entry by kiwikaren on Aug 26, 2013

      ... our walk into town and were soon back at the small boat harbour. We stopped there briefly to eat a banana and came across a memorial to the some 130 people lost in an earthquake in 1964. From there we followed a footpath which runs near the waterfront, and along the large camping ground where there were lots of RVs parked. Our driver guide to Anchorage later told us that the cost of a powered site is in the order of $1000 per month. We noticed ...

      Wet bears, muddy bison, singing in the rain

      A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 21, 2013

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      We've finally found ourselves in a run of typical Alaskan summer weather: rain. The rain followed us from the Alyeska down the first part of the Seward Highway. Misty water on our right and steep mountains with low-hanging clouds on our left. We knew there were some glaciers and awesome mountain peaks hiding in the fog, but weren't too distressed because we get a second chance at this scenery on our return ...

      Seward recovery

      A travel blog entry by avpadventure on Jul 05, 2013

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... so why not let the folks with mobile housing be on the front lines.

      Seward is also home to Exit Glacier and the Sea Life Center. Which Speaker of the House John Boehner was here visiting earlier in the week. When we were here in 2006 we were able to walk out to the toe of the Glacier. Sadly it has receded so much that there is now a river in front of Exit Glacier and you can no longer walk out to the ...