Unisea Inn

185 Gilman Rd., Box 921169, Dutch Harbor, Alaska, 99692, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 185 Gilman Rd., Box 921169, Dutch Harbor, is near Museum of the Aleutians.
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Travel Blogs from Dutch Harbor

Dutch Harbor

A travel blog entry by n6tk on Aug 20, 2014

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... to some loner who can't handle the hustle bustle of the community. A few hours later and we're crossing the island to fly over King Cove and False Harbor, two towns snuggled in around some volcanoes before landing back at the Bearfoot Inn in Cold Bay where Chris brought us some of his smoked salmon and in the morning the bartender knocked on the door with bagels and cream cheese and local strawberries. A breakfast in bed ...


A travel blog entry by jackies-world on Jul 04, 2012

4 comments, 3 photos

... Dutch Harbor to be with Larry for the 4th of July.

The fireworks were great as always, but the best part of the trip was driving around the island the next day, spotting the critters on the island.


Make a Wish

A travel blog entry by tossertommy on Nov 11, 2011

... span of mere minutes. Greybush is dying, choosing to spend her final days at the feet of my bed when she's not on the floor vomiting up her insides. It's only a matter of time before someone gets fed up and throws her overboard, though it won't be me who does the deed. Beaker the Tweeker (Our new "deckhand") has spent the 4 days he's been with us drinking at the bar all day and night while I do gea rwork. Then last night when ...

Friends and Enemies

A travel blog entry by tossertommy on Nov 06, 2011

... I just wanted out. I tried to explain this on facebook but all I was able to manage was garbled messages that apparently made it appear I was being chased by crackheads and they were gonna kill me. This was not the case however and I gave up trying to convey my true message and stumbled back to the fuel dock to my bunk.
Trooper: "Were you drinking last night?"
Me: "Uh, yeah... quite a bit, I apologize."
Trooper: "No need for that, I completely ...


A travel blog entry by tossertommy on Oct 29, 2011

... in Sitka to provide a steady paycheck and presence... this I completely understood as I said goodbye. When the boys returned I broke the news to them. They were pretty ****** off being that he had skated while they were gone and not spoke to them about it first. Apparently we were to throw lines when they got back and now we had no engineer and were stuck at the fuel dock where we were quickly overstaying our welcome. I quickly developed a sense of ...

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