Alaska's North Country Castle Vacation Stay

Address: 14600 Joanne Circle, Anchorage, Alaska, 99511, United States | 3 star lodge
 
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This 3 star lodge, located in the Rabbit Creek area of Anchorage, is near Alaska Zoo, Flattop Trail Hike, Potter Marsh Bird Sanctuary, and Horse Trekkin Alaska.
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Getting here. And Anchorage

A travel blog entry by chrisandjames on Aug 09, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... went downhill from there. We had a delicious seafood dinner at Simon and Seafort, cod stuffed with crab and macadamia nuts, and salmon. Delicious wine from Austrailia, James made a note of it, I can't remember. Lots of flowers everywhere - looks like they enjoy their short growing season up here. Anchorage reminds us of a beach town - most of the houses and smaller buildings are built from wood, and have that kind of worn ...

Back home in Alaska!

A travel blog entry by midtownrotary on Jul 30, 2014

12 photos

Hi Guys,

As you know, I'm back home in Alaska!

It was a great trip and I was able to meet all of my objectives (interviews, photos of sites, meet with local Rotarians and participate in events). Besides that, I made great friends, visit some amazing places and ate some great food!

Now my job is to help Daniel (in Guayaquil) to finish the Global Grant proposal and to start my PowerPoint presentation so I can present the project to the other clubs ...

Anchorage: Yum.

A travel blog entry by theroamingnome on Jul 22, 2014

24 photos

... it. On we went to Simon and Seaforts after that, it was your typical busy steakhouse. Right on the water, great view. It was a little too loud and busy for me. Great oysters, but my Rib eye was nothing to write home about. My favourite part about this place was it's proximity to a little park and trail we walked to afterwards. On our way home we hit up McGinley's pub for drinks. I had my first appletini, and decided I better stick with my lemondrops.
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Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 127 photos

... 3, the fresh water is also 1/3, but the grey water is full, so we need a waste dump. We are wondering what sort of negotiation we would need to dump waste without using the camp ground, but the dump station was outside the camp ground proper, and vacant, so we parked opposite the discharge point, read our instructions and proceeded. The discharge hose is a monster slinky, compressed into the square tube back bumper, and it locks onto a 4 inch socket under the van, accessible ...

A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

A travel blog entry by rodk on Jan 18, 2014

70 photos

... and subsistence advocate, writes evocatively in "Shopping for Porcupine" about the cultural and ecological impact of snow mobiles. Kantner argues that snow mobiles contributed to a decline in community cohesion, an unhealthy reliance on technology that reduced subsistence and survival skills, and promoted unsustainable hunting practices. He cites stories of how hunters on fast moving snow mobiles would chase down and shoot an entire wolf pack in an afternoon - and sell ...