Sitka's Eagle Bay Inn

1321 Sawmill Creek Rd. Suite C, Sitka, Alaska, 99835, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 1321 Sawmill Creek Rd. Suite C, Sitka, is near Sitka National Historic Park/Totem Park, Sheldon Jackson Museum, Russian Bishop's House, and Sitka Tribe Dance Performances.
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    Travel Blogs from Sitka

    Fishing Day 2

    A travel blog entry by erica.l.moeser on Jul 29, 2014

    36 photos

    ... and today was that day. Halibut tacos at cocktail hour and a demo on how to pan seat salmon. Dinner was potato leek soup, homemade feta ravioli in homemade marinara sauce with lemon and anchovies, braised short rib and mushroom over polenta with a dash of blueberry, and cherry and rhubarb cobbler with spiced ice cream. Little Sara had to introduce the wine tonight and said it was very "grapey". So ...

    There's gold in them thar hills!

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 20, 2014

    ... The day before we had noticed a local bowling alley which seemed the perfect activity to finish our rainy day. Much to our surprise the kids loved bowling! Evie and Tyler were pretty decent, both bowling with one hand and making good use of the lane bumpers. :)

    Sue took the kids home while Tom explored a Juneau landmark - The 100 year old Alaskan Hotel & Bar where as the sign says you can have an Alaskan in the Alaskan with and Alaskan. ...

    Start your paddles

    A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 12, 2013

    10 photos

    Today's our sea kayaking adventure. We're approaching this with varying degrees of enthusiasm and apprehension, and a universal lack of experience in any kind of kayaks. What are the odds of "tumping" over into icy water? Or worse, finding ourselves on the humpback of a whale? Or more realistically, requiring the assistance of a Hoyer lift to extricate us from our boat?? We've recruited new friends Vicki and Matt from our B&B to join us, and we all ...

    There Be Mountains Here!

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Aug 06, 2013

    1 comment, 58 photos

    ... influence of that kind of mob. The year-round population of the whole town is 4500; they population in summer is 9000. 3500 more from ships is a walloping percentage!

    Having re-viewed the town in sunlight, we came back to the B&B for a rest and packing. We have a reservation at what the B&B lady (Gertie Gusher) says is the nicest restaurant in town to celebrate our 25th anniversary, which is today.

    Tomorrow, ...

    Land, at last!

    A travel blog entry by lrandal on Jul 25, 2013

    1 comment

    ... was great.

    It's rain forest--wet and lush, everything a well-watered lime-y green (as opposed to the forest green of conifers). There were some really disgusting big black slugs with spines on them (got a close-up), and the threat of bears, but we saw none.

    This was an official ship shore excursion, one of many offered today, and the guide was pretty good, although Jerry thought the guy was under-schooled in botany. I point out that not everyone is ...