Long House Bethel Hotel

751 3rd Avenue, Bethel, Alaska, 99559, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 751 3rd Avenue, Bethel.
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    Travel Blogs from Bethel

    Start of the long journey back

    A travel blog entry by big_red_truck on Aug 01, 2008

    ... Dad and I were the last 2 standbys to get accepted on the earlier flight so we made it back to Anchorage a lot quicker than we planned for and got some much needed showers and sleep. Even though we had it available, we didn't use the hot water shower much when camping. It would have detracted from the experience. Dad used it twice, I used it once and I bathed in the river ...

    The week in review

    A travel blog entry by big_red_truck on Aug 01, 2008

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    ... of them. And dad got a huge Silver Salmon. It was so big he couldn't reel it in. He had to hold the rod and line with two hands with the rod resting on his shoulder and walk inland to bring it to the shallows. No we didn't bring any home, it was all catch-and-release because we were in a wildlife refuge. We did eat some of the salmon we caught on 2 of the nights. It was difficult to adjust to the sun not setting until 2am. Not for falling asleep, ...


    A travel blog entry by big_red_truck on Jul 26, 2008

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    This morning, we flew from Dillingham to Kagati Lake on a Grumman Goose. I've never landed on the water in an amphibious plane before. It's a trip seeing the wave splash up by the props when you land. The flight was awesome too, mostly 'cuz I got to sit up in the copilot's seat. When we arrived, the four guides already had the campsite set up. I wish I could say we were roughing it, but there was a kitchen tent, outhouse tent, shower tent(with ...

    Bush Planes

    A travel blog entry by katielong on Jan 28, 2008

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    ... intense" screening before being allowed to continue on my way.... Nope, this is NOT a typical flight...well, maybe it is because there is NO norm when traveling by bush planes...I've learned to expect the unexpected....but normally, it is an uneventful, straight 2 hour flight from my village to Anchorage.... So, what was once a leisurely 2 hour flight has now become an all day ordeal.....ahhh, traveling in the bush of ...