Northern Nights Inn

Address: 500 Third Street, Cordova, Alaska, 99574, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cordova

Copper River/Wrangell-St. Elias 110 miles

A travel blog entry by lisavonder on May 21, 2014

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We had a nice relaxing morning with breakfast at our campsite. From there we went to the Tok visitors center to get information on Alaska, and especially on Valdez where we want to go tomorrow. We were told that the highway was in good shape, yet once again we had a day of gravel patches in the road due to the permafrost. This significantly slowed us down, but we still got to ...

Snow-pocalypse presents

A travel blog entry by bassmanms on Oct 31, 2012

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Turns out if you have 24 feet of snow covering your wife and your town, a baby is born approx 272 days later. Visiting Jonah at his new home with his new baby and his little wife. Halloween, slippery sidewalks snow and fajitas. All the things that makes a guy be happy for his old traveling buddy when he get's his **** together. The Dart-Mclean family is doing well and is growing every day. Just a quick visit after finishing my walrus duties. ...

Glacier Bay

A travel blog entry by dugnjulie on Jun 25, 2012

8 photos

Very cold drizzly day. We went on deck several times to see glaciers, but it was fogged in until late in the afternoon when we were finally able to see them. Stood out in the drizzle and viewed Marjorie glacier and saw several calvings (pieces breaking off.) It's quite spectacular to see the calving. That's what everyone waits for.

College Fjord

A travel blog entry by drmom on Jul 01, 2011

13 photos

... glaciers named for East Coast universities, hence the name. On the way we saw a couple of pods of porpoises. I took about 200 pictures of them, but they were very fast and didn't come out of the water very much so there aren’t really any pictures to share. We saw another Humpback whale as well. Later we saw a number of sea otters, many of which were carrying babies. The fjord was full of Harbor Seals as well. We spent about an hour in ...


A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jul 19, 2010

2 comments, 5 photos

Today was a long day (10 hours) of riding on a train from Denali to Whittier. Even though the scenery was nice it got to be a very long ride however it ended with us going through a couple of very long tunnels and upon exiting the last one we saw our cruise ship. We boarded and a couple hours later had embarked. We spent the evening starting to familiarize ourselves with the ship and settling ...