Alaska Holidays International

605 West Second Ave, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States | Inn

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Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... a discernible wave front.

As we proceed along the northern shore of the Arm, beside the railway line, and are getting towards where we will have a scenic stop, we see parked cars and people out and looking up the cliffs. We stop a fair way past, and the driver asks if we want to walk back for a look. We go with another couple, and walk far enough back to get a view and photos of a Dall sheep high on the rocky cliff above the road. While we were distracted by the ...

Cruising northbound to Alyeska!

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs


Now that we are in the daily routine of 'normal' life, we are pretty much in our home office everyday. It's been close to a year since we were in the USVI. Other than a quick trip to Vegas and Mexico, we've been pretty good about staying put. So we figured we deserved a bit of a getaway.

We thought about some warm destinations like Cabo but then we found an affordable cruise up to Alaska. It's been on our bucket list so we started digging into it. I ...

Alaska Update

A travel blog entry by new_alaskans


Alright, so I kind of dropped the ball on my travel blog when we reached Anchorage. Seriously, my bad. But Ryan and I are settling in quite nicely. Ryan loves his job, I got a job, of which I'm pretty excited about, and we found a place to rent for the year. And, it's pretty dang cute if I might say so myself:) Sure it's in an "interesting" neighborhood, but that only adds to its charm. Anchorage doesn't really have sketchy areas, ...

The 1964 Anchorage Earthquake

A travel blog entry by misslexie


Friday July 12, 2013

Today we visited Earthquake Park in Anchorage. This is a small park with a steep cliff and bluff overlooking Cooks Inlet and the whole Anchorage area. Several areas of the Anchorage area including the towns of Whittier and Homer have dropped over 5-20 feet when an earthquake struck on Good Friday March 27, 1964 followed by a tzunami that had a water surge of over 27 feet. The downtown area of Anchorage was destroyed with the ...

The "City of Flowers"

A travel blog entry by rider1


... look encouraging.

The God's were smiling on us. Woke up to sunshine and hot, hot, hot. Great day to see stuff.
Anchorage has a hugh variety of museums. We spent the first day at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. An amazing place to learn about the cultures of Alaska. The grounds are sectioned off around a pond so you walk from one culture to another. Here we found such peace and traquility. ...


This inn, located in the Downtown area of Anchorage, is near Public Lands Information Center, SegTours of Anchorage, Stewart's Photo Shop, and Alaska Statehood Monument.
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