Young's Downtown Inn

Address: 565 East Pioneer Avenue, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 565 East Pioneer Avenue, Homer, is near Islands and Oceans Visitor Center, Pratt Museum, Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, and Kachemak Bay State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Homer

Homer

A travel blog entry by threegypsies on Jul 11, 2014

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... Cook Inlet (where we had just visited).

The view of the glaciers and mountains from our RV site, all through Homer and the Spit were spectacular. There isn't any way we could capture their grandeur in a picture.
If there was a place where we would not mind living is Homer. Of course we haven't been there in the winter. The tourist part of the Spit closes down in the winter and it becomes just ...

Sloth and gluttony

A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 25, 2013

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... the Danny J. We chose the evening seating, so our boat left at five, leaving time for a walkabout before our 7:30 reservation. Saw a Georgia ballcap on the boat and met John and CJ, friendly folks who've lived in both Birmingham and Huntsville, now Fairbanks residents, with plans to eventually settle in Athens, GA. After a 45 minute putt-putt across the bay, we docked at Halibut Cove. It's a quaint, uncommercial kind of place - one ...

Homer (No not Simpson...the town)

A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 02, 2013

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... About 30 mins into our drive down the highway Fred yelled " Blackbear! Black bear!" Quickly looking up we all witnessed a black bear bounding across the road in front of us about 100m. Soooo cool. Couldnt get a photo as he was too fast but at least we had another sighting of an elusive Alaskan giant!! Yay! As it turned out that was the last excitement for the next few hours. We stopped in a suburb of Anchorage and got groceries. Rox fancied stopping at IHOP ...

Homer/Seldovia

A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jul 12, 2013

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... of fishermen, B&B’s, and summer homes.

Spoke to a lady originally from South Dakota who has lived in Seldovia for over 13 years and loves it. Life here is very challenging. We walked the town, had a very nice lunch at a restaurant on the waterfront and visited the historic boardwalk area.

Met a lady from Vermont who along with her husband was visiting their son who had moved here and bought ...

Traveling to Home....one must Hope

A travel blog entry by spanglerdr on Aug 09, 2012

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... t thrilled that Kerri locked the car with the key in her pocket... We continue to make our way to Homer via a 30 mile side trip to Hope. The thriving metropolis of Hope, population 192, has a school, an art gallery and a little cafe. We actually drove through the "town" twice to see if we missed something. We saw a sign that said "Main Street to Hope"; as we swung onto the wide dirt road we saw the historic SeaView Cafe & Bar. We were unsure about stopping until we left ...