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... of Seward. As we got off the highway and took a road to the RV park, we realized we were well away from things we wanted to see and do, so we unhooked the car just before the park entrance and drove into town to see if there was a better option. We found a great spot overlooking Resurrection Bay on Prince William Sound. Beautiful view out the front windshield of ...
Our morning was started with a great view of Mt McKinley. A call home was nice too. Millie and Tanner are such a joy to hear from so far away. We stopped for breakfast at Trapper Creek. Hadn't eaten out for two days. It is fun to stop at a local place and chat with people. A guy in the restaurant was from Texas, moving to Seattle. He commented on our Griz sweathirts. He asked how we liked Jon Tester?? He had been to Jon's Pearl Jam ...
... break in the rain so I can walk to the store and buy more groceries!! One week from today I get to have a mini adventure! I have a friend that lives out in Bethel, Alaska. If you haven't heard of it....I bet you haven't... it is a town in western Alaska and the only way to get there is by plane! It's 400 miles west of Anchorage. If you choose to google it you will find that it is not the pretty Alaska that most people think. It is a central hub for many villages out ...
... the cruise continued. I managed to locate some whales, and Captain Eric responded by turning the boat cowboy style into the pelting ice rain and waves for a crazy whale chasing ride. Ha Ha, it was fun! We lost the chase because the whales were wondering off into waters with ice burgs. Good call, Captain Eric. The cruise ended with fresh baked chocolate cookies handed out to all the passengers. YUM! Even though the weather was at times cold and wet, I ...
... was so exciting to watch! We probably watched the first 50 or 60 men finish, including a friend of hers that was in the race. It's so exciting to watch that it made us excited for our race in two weeks in anchorage! We ate some more street food and then it was time for a nap! It was such a nice day that it would've been a waste to stay in doors the rest of the night, so around 8 or 9pm we drove out to Lowell point and did the Tonsina trail ...
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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