Wildflower Inn

1239 I Street, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501-4322, United States | Inn
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A travel blog entry by taniaporter


We arrived at 1.00am in the morning. Flying into Anchorage was very unusual as the lights were so vivid and vibrant. This is due to the clean air and no pollution. We had a late start to the day and our host Allan had a lovely breakfast waiting for us. Amazingly Allan's partner Larry is a school psychologist in Barrow. We rang Larry immediately and …

What all am I doing here?

A travel blog entry by rodk


... philanthropic organisations, fishermen and hunters and many others. In Fairbanks I attended the annual convention of the Alaska Federation of Natives – the largest gathering of Alaskan natives with some 3000+ delegates. At AFN I was deeply moved by stories from Alaskan native youth about the destructive effects of drugs, alcohol and violence on individual and community health and well-being. I was also buoyed by positive stories of ...

Seattle take too....with Alaska!!

A travel blog entry by rorox

... at the airport. Was great to see them as we piled in a cab with all our bags and headed into town. After checking in to our modest hostel we headed to the most Americanised Irish pub ever for drinks and a bite to eat. There was some poorly sung, out of tune music played as we chatted. By 1am we left the pub...still with some daylight mind you and headed home. A loooong day but another great one. Anchorage exploration tomorrow. Cant ...

Turn Again!

A travel blog entry by ceebie


... Jo the Turnagain Arm with the same result, hence they had to 'turn again' and so it was named.

In 1964, the second most powerful earthquake recorded in the USA hit Anchorage. We passed the resulting 'Ghost Forest' of trees that died as a result of salt from the ensuing tsunami inundating their roots.

The Bore Tides
The bore tide is a huge wave or series of waves that advance down Turnagain Arm in a wall ...

Mmmm yummy breakfast

A travel blog entry by reme

... something to do that night after we were finished exploring.

We started with a search for food, after getting a local recommendation we ended up in Snow City Cafe which was soooooo tasty. I stuffed myself on a mushroom omelette which was delicious with freshly squeezed orange juice and delicious cafe latte. Even though is was a week day there was still a queue, probably something to do with it being closer to lunchtime than breakfast!

That set us up perfectly ...

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This inn, located in the South Addition area of Anchorage, is near Alaska Experience Center, Valley of the Moon Park, Oomingmak, Musk Ox Producers' Co-operative, and Delaney Park Strip.
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