Parkwood Inn

4455 Juneau Street, Anchorage, Alaska, 99503, United States | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Anchorage in the rain

A travel blog entry by robsons


... out for a decent coffee so we found an ok place that also had cakes including individual cheesecakes topped with bacon (what is it with the bacon obsession??). Coffee shop was next to a couple of local artisan shops which Julia & I enjoyed and even Jeff didn't seem to mind. Added to our luggage weight a little bit.

Early night for JG. Jeff and I found a Mexican place for dinner - only $20 for two people including tip! Food is super cheap ...

First explorations of Anchorage

A travel blog entry by mazb10


... trail crossed the major road to the international airport before getting to Lake Hood seaplane base. I couldn't believe the number of planes on the lake nor a bit further on when it was just like a busy parking lot for cars, only there were hundreds, if not thousands, of small planes - I had never seen so many planes in one place. As 90% of Alaska is not served by roads, aviation is the state's major form of transportation, with it having 6 times as many pilots per capita ...


A travel blog entry by donnabyrne


... earthquake in recorded history.

Denny and I walked along the Coastal Trail here in Anchorage which led to Earthquake Park. The park is situated on the exact spot of a neighborhood, Turnagain Heights, that literally fell into Cook Inlet as a result of a landslide created during the earthquake. Trees have grown up during the years but as ...

Alaska Day 1

A travel blog entry by avgigax


... we got to Alaska. We waited ten minutes for the clerk at the Avis counter and she was really *****y. Got in our red Ford Focus and drove to the Ramada. PT said he asked for first class accommodations and our hotel is more of a glorified motel. Anchorage ...

A Visit to Otter Lake for Dad.....

A travel blog entry by jean.hamberg


... from the other side of the river.) Even though it was wartime and his job was difficult and exhausting, he has always talked about that part of his life with pride and almost a fond remembrance.

Once or twice during his service in the Aleutians Sargent Nykerk was called upon to conduct some training on military equipment in Anchorage. This training was conducted at Otter Lake, which was at that time part of a military base. So, when Dad heard that ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Midtown area of Anchorage, is near Alaska Wild Berry Products, Campbell Creek Greenbelt, David Green Park, and Pop Carr Park.
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