TripAdvisor Reviews Sauerdough Lodging Seward
Travel Blogs from Seward
... we anticipated so we slept in until 0640! The plan is to visit the Alaska SeaLife Center. After eating breakfast and enjoying a nice long walk with the muttzos we drive the short distance to the SeaLife Center. The aquarium is not large in size yet offers a ton of information regarding the sea life around this state. The exhibits are well done. One wonders how a town of 3000 souls could afford to build such a nice facility. Exxon ...
... good. Now we are back to making sure we are where we should be on time, and "hunting and gathering" ourselves. We have been living a very easy life this past week.
Back on land and onward to Denali NP via Anchorage.
Seward to Anchorage is 127 miles away on the east coast of the Kenai Peninsula.[A point of interest is that Anchorage suffered in the 1964 Good Friday earthquake when the shoreline dropped 6 ...
... go with the flow. The boat doesn't leave until this afternoon so we have time to go on our planned sea kayaking up the bay to the Ailak glacier. It is a four mile round trip, which sounds easy in theory, but add in icy conditions and torrential rain and it is a little bit of a challenge. Still it is worth it, though I will pay for it later when I can hardly lift my arms above waist height! Exhausted, we get on the boat to return to Seward. ...
... watched the dramatic film about the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake & Tsunami. Stopped and viewed some of the many murals in downtown Seward. After dinner a lively game of Mexican Train, Pete did not win one game, a first for the rest of us, he always ...
... and walked back down the course about a half mile to wait for her. She came running by and I got back on the course and ran with her most of the way to the finish line! It was a fun race! And it didn't rain! The best part about races is eating food afterwards! We went home and showered and headed to a pizza place that is supposed to be the best in town! The wait was incredibly long. It was good pizza though! We spent the rest of the day napping and I slept all through the ...
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.
221 5th Avenue, Seward | 2 star hotelfrom $120
804 Third Ave, Seward | 2 star hotelfrom $175
308 Adams St., Seward | Hotelfrom $88
31772 Hermann Leirer Road, Seward | 3 star hotelfrom $162