Seward Military Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeward Military Resort
I've stayed at the military lodge a couple of times - once in late winter and once over Memorial Day weekend. Other that the WiFi being "iffy", it was a very nice stay.
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... take the dogs to a kennel.
Later we went to the local Safeway and did some grocery shopping. We spent th e rest of the day relaxing, admiring the surrounding mountains when they were not covered with clouds and walking our furry friends.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Its one way in and one way out to Seward. But Seward is not the end of the road, Lowell is. Tomorrow we will visit Lowell and the Exit Glacier
... and then take in 20 minutes at the museum before the bus left for Denali. We chose to look at the displays about Yup'ik and Cup'ik people who have lived in the Yukon-Kuskokwim for at least 10,000 years. Some coats were remarkable like the man's parka made from ground squirrel pelts, strips of caribou fur, ermine and tassels of sea otter, The white ceremonial garment was outstanding. It is worth reading the info on ...
It is time to leave the Riverside Lodge and move on to our next destination, a lodge in the glacier fields south of Seward. The only way to reach the lodge is to take a boat down the coast for 3-4 hours. Ethan and I dose up on seasickness tablets (just in case!). The boat is small and comfortable and the scenery is spectacular. We start with hills shrouded in mist and as we leave Seward Bay we see sea otters, porpoises, puffins ...
... We waited about an hour in the terminal that looked like a small aircraft hanger. The port of Seward is a commercial fishing and shipping port. It was not very picturesque but that probably had to be partly due to the rain. We boarded the bus that took us to Anchorage where we picked up the bus to Denali. Our 2 hour stop in Anchorage at the museum gave us our first taste of the spectacular flowers ...
First thing this morning a run along the waterfront to work off some of last nights amazing dinner. This afternoon a hike with the group to Exit Glacier, an active glacier, 3 miles long, descending 2,500 feet from the Harding Ice Fields. About a mile hike with ...