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... 30 seconds, losing the town's harbour and fuel docks! This was followed by a series of destructive tsunamis.]
The drive to Anchorage was through gorgeous scenery of forests, lakes and snowy mountains. We passed Kenai Lake where the largest salmon ever was caught. It weighed 93 pounds-a world record!
In Anchorage we had only a short while to eat lunch at the restaurant at the museum (the seafood chowder ...
Today everyone went whale watching with us at Seward. We saw so much wildlife like otters and harbor sealed relaxing on rocks. The bay was actually filled with giant mountain islands all over the place. On these islands dwelled lots of dall sheep and people you would not believe how many houses there are. We even saw the lazy stellar sea ...
... harbor seals creeped on us from out in the bay. All you can see is their little heads peaking out of the water. How awesome it is that we can simply decide on a whim to backpack a couple miles and camp for a night on the beach and it's literally just outside the city. About a week ago I had the chance to go on a float trip down the Kenai River! My friend knows the lady that does the float trips and she has the most precious dog named Porter! He went on the float with us ...
We are treating ourselves to some luxuries at the Princess Lodge on the Kenai peninsula. We have dry camped for two nights and are looking forward to the restaurant and hot tub available to us. Little do the high paying guests know the people invading the hot tub are "just trailer" people!
We have fished the last two days on the Russian and Kenai rivers for salmon. Not all of us were successful. Just Pat and Scott caught the ...
... Ambassadors! When everyone finished, we meet at the entrance and had a meeting about our day on Thursday. We were given our hotel room keys and drove to our hotel, a black away! Everyone went right to their room. We did bed checks and students were to repack their bags for travel home tomorrow night. We were all tired and couldn't wait for a nice hot shower. I can't believe tomorrow is our last day in this beautiful state. Good night ...
Other places to stay in Seward
1412 4th Avenue, Seward | 2 star hotelfrom $235
- Spectacular View
- Best room to offer for off season / Expensive during summer season
- Great off-season value
202 5th Avenue, Seward | 3 star hotelfrom $166
- Very Unhappy with the hotel
- Keep looking
- Location is good.
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