Girdwood Rentals & Accommodations

Address: 330 Hightower, Girdwood, Alaska, 99587, United States | Lodge
 
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    • Free parking
     

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    Walking through town

    A travel blog entry by shereeb64 on Aug 29, 2015

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    ... father was African American! Ok! Linda and I opted for the Game Hen for One! It was literally a whole small chicken on a huge plate with chips & spicy coleslaw! Jess had Deep Fried Cajun Pork with Vegas & rice. What was impressive was the "tally" beers, which were enormous glasses of beer! They were only $8. Unreal! So now we're back at the hotel and its 23:26. Another long day but a great one! Tomorrow we pick up the ...

    Cruise

    A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 25, 2015

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    ... the time on deck looking at the sights so didn't really need a balcony or window. Also, the TV showed a live feed from the bridge so we always had some idea of what was going on outside. Dinner in the smorgasbord and an introduction to the cruise rounded out the day. Surprise find - birch syrup. Delicious. (hope it turns out to be as delicious as I remember it when we get home. Travellers tip - you don't need ice cream at ...

    The glaciers are amazing

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... of crevasses. It also had a line of medial moraine. There was some sun on the glaciers at the top of the mountain but in the cloud the blue of this glacier was amazing. In 1911 the two glaciers here were joined and formed all the way to the end of the lake.
    After this we were just in time to be able to go through the Anderson Memorial Tunnel to Whittier at 11:40. It is one lane only, 2.5 miles, and for trains, cars, trucks and buses. It cost us $13 for the return ticket. ...

    Girdwood, Alaska

    A travel blog entry by becsher on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... a dense rainforest. It was so amazingly beautiful. The trail was very muddy and there were a lot of bridges and boardwalks along the trail. I thought about how my son, Bill, had worked for the Conservation Corps constructing trails like this in the Four Corner Area. This trail was used as the old Iditarod trail. We followed the trail along the fast moving Winner Creek. We arrived at a bridge that crossed ...

    Alyeska Resort

    A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... and shops at the resort. Back at our suite we saw a gorgeous rainbow going across the glaciers, grabbed the boys and headed to the Aurora Bar for dinner. After dinner the boys and I enjoyed the saline pool and hot tub while Steve put in some work time. Then a relaxing evening in luxurious surroundings. The plan tomorrow is to do Crow Creek Mine and some hikes in Girdwood. - hopefully the weather ...

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