Arctic Fox Inn

326 East Second Court, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States | Inn
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Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... tuna salad, potato salad, Coke, sliced ham, a bucket of pre-cooked Orange Chicken, all for $65 - hopefully enough staples to last our trip. We return to the vehicle in light rain, load up and head out onto the Old Seward Highway, making another left turn, and heading towards the CBD. We follow directions to the Glenn Highway before reaching the CBD, find ourselves on a multi lane highway, with speed limits varying from 45 to 65 MPH, which corresponds to 110 Kmh, pretty ...

Snazzy Downtown Anchorage

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke


... or cold. The tourist section is mostly on 4th through 6th avenues and has all of the Princess and Holland America hotels and all of the tourist shops - whether good or bad. Overall it was a nice experience. Along one street there were at least eight fur shops. We drove around parts of Anchorage we had not seen and were pleasantly ...

Anchorage - Our Last Day

A travel blog entry by a1912a


We arranged for a late checkout (1 p.m.) and walked to the Snow City Cafe for breakfast (read about it on Trip Advisor). It was good but way overrated from what I'd read on Trip Advisor. We decided that, since we hadn't seen ANY moose or bear our entire trip, that we would go to the Anchorage Zoo. So, that's how we spent our last day in Alaska. It was a very small zoo, but nice just the same. We ...

Denali Dogs Take Two

A travel blog entry by cphenly


... the highway in front of a large RV just like a dumb squirrel back home. The moose appeared to escape unscathed, judging by the speed with which she bolted up into the woods on the other side, but the RV driver pulled over, possibly to recover from her near heart-attack. I kept a pretty sharp eye out for moose all the way back; given the size of the tiny little car we rented, a moose toppling over from an impact would squish the roof and trap us ...

Beautiful Ice

A travel blog entry by misslexie


... the fish was overcooked and was sort of dry. They had all the hot coffee and tea that you wanted, which was good because when they opened up the front doors for people to go outside, you about froze to death. When you see an ice berg, you have to remember the 2/3 of the ice is still below the water line. Prince William Sound is where the Exon Valdez ran aground back in 1989 and spilled all their oil into the sound. Even though Exon stated that all the ...

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This inn, located in the Downtown area of Anchorage, is near Seavey's Ididaride Sled Dog Tours, Downtown Saturday Market, Alaska Law Enforcement Museum, and Wolf Song of Alaska.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Arctic Fox Inn Anchorage

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding