Tyonek Lodge

1689 C St, #219, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Anchorage

Anchorage - Our Last Day

A travel blog entry by a1912a


... was too much for one person to handle, and the one bag fell over, and off I went rushing to stop them from closing the door! I ran to the nearest men's room and spotted Errol walking towards me, and we ran to the gate. We were the last ones on the plane. I found out later that my cell phone didn't make it with me. We must've parted ways in the Anchorage airport (I think) when the bag fell ...

Anchorage and it's Sunny!!!

A travel blog entry by 10sandy


... is a town of 300,000 and it shows - the traffic is horrendous. I don't know how they stand it. But, the people are friendly and they do a lot with their park systems, so that's nice. They have areas for x-country skiing, walking, biking and hiking. Lots of parks all around. This area was also hit by the 1964, 9.7 earthquake (lasting over 4 minutes) and they had land drop by 6 feet and 100 homes destroyed. ...

A “non-hiking” day!

A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends


Ok, ok ok….we have received some comments lately about how exhausting our trip may be going so far, but today was different. We did the usual work until noon thing, and then we set out on our adventure to downtown Anchorage (which smelled like smoked meats - YUM).

We quickly toured downtown and stopped in a few shops to look for trinkets, etc. There were ...

Our day in Anchorage. We're in Alaska!

A travel blog entry by dixiej


... an increase in Aurora activity and strength. These particles and energy are also affected by increasing solar wind. It's impossible to know when the flares are coming but there are active sun spots to look for. All year the Auroras have been photographed. The only thing you can do is pick a date with strong activity and follow a 28 day cycle for those days that the most active sun spots are facing the earth. Two particularly strong days were July 24th ...

Alaska Part II Anchorage to Kenai

A travel blog entry by andreatravels


... Nick, our bus driver. It was good to see old friends I have traveled with before and get acquainted with new ones. We left first thing Thursday morning, going south on the Seward Highway to explore the Kenai Peninsula.

Our first stop was at Bird Point, a popular place to see the rare Beluga whales. We didn't spot any critters here and the weather had turned cold and damp but it's a ...


This lodge, located in the South Addition area of Anchorage, is near Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Valley of the Moon Park, Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery, and Delaney Park Strip.
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