A Swan Nest Inn

504 Adams Street, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Seward

Day 85 - Denali NP to Kenai Peninsula

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... great art supplies. The children worked on all the material as we drove around the park yesterday.

We revisited some of the wonderful people we met at the park yesterday. Wow! What a great bunch of people. We have met lots of fantastic park service people in our travels and many we hope to keep in touch with but it takes a special spirit to make Denali your home, even I f only for a summer. Just some of the brightest, ...

Seward and on to Anchorage

A travel blog entry by kiwikaren

... a bakery, so we bought some lunch and headed over to the waterfront to eat. The tide was going out, and there was a sea otter enjoying his lunch not far away. Wayne had a snooze on the picnic table bench and I wandered along the waterfront until it was time to head back and meet our bus.

We boarded our bus and we were on our way to Anchorage. The highway took us along Turnagain Arm. Along the Arm we noticed areas of standing dead trees. ...

The Land Tour Begins - With More Time At Sea!

A travel blog entry by kiwikaren

... sea birds and sea lions. We had two pods of Dall Porpoises come and "play" with our boat, swimming right along side us and across our bow. Our captain took us very close to a couple of bird rookeries where we got a closeup view of both horned and tufted puffins and other sea birds. We also got within a 1/4 mile of a tidewater glacier which believe me is CLOSE! The glacier was very active and we got to see several small calvings. Again, the noise was amazing.

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Neither Drizzle nor Downpour Could Dampen our Day

A travel blog entry by fairfamily

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... into downtown Seward.  Seward is a small, artsy, fishing town and Steve and I fell in love with it when we were here 12 years ago.  It is where the cruise ships come in and out of as well as commercial fishermen, charters and whale and glacier cruises.  We would have been happy just strolling around by the water, but it was down pouring.  So we did the next most sensible thing; we booked a Whale watch ...

Seward, Alaska

A travel blog entry by vacationbum

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... amp; I had had the Rockfish
Kim had Salmon
Brandon - fish & chips

You can bite the freshness of the fish. It was so good!

After checking into hotel, I joined mom, dad, and Roy to the harbor to purchase their fishing licenses. I took the opportunity to walked from one end to the other of the harbor snapping photos along the way.

We stopped by the market after getting their license. We were all shocked ...

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This inn, located on 504 Adams Street, Seward, is near Alaska SeaLife Center, Kayak Adventures Worldwide, Adventure Sixty North, and Crackerjack Sportfishing Charters.
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