America's Best Inn & Suites - Anchorage Eagles Nest

Address: 4110 Spenard Road, Anchorage, Alaska, 99517, United States | 2 star motel
 
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Location

This 2 star motel, located in the Spenard area of Anchorage, is near John River, Kobuk Wild River, Chitistone Canyon, and Boreal Mountain.
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      Anchorage

      A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 03, 2014

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      ... play with Evan and Nolan while I had a nice visit with DeAnne and enjoyed their amazing views. When we got back Steve and Cole were up and they decided to go for a walk - Quinn rode the bike again. The boys really love riding around here and say it is the one bad thing about Sunapee; there is no place they can ride their bikes because of our street. We were going to meet the girls at The Moose's Tooth for dinner, but ...

      Back home in Alaska!

      A travel blog entry by midtownrotary on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... as co-pilot.

      Daniel and I picked up Father Simon at Isla Trinitaria's main school (that's where he lives) at around 9:00 am. He was taking care of some issues so once he was done, we started our drive towards Monte Sinai.

      Father Simon told us that the population of Monte Senai is about 350,000 and growing very fast. The roads are not paved and not all areas have electricity. Crime is very high on this area. He has built one school and his biggest ...

      Exploring Alaska in a 20-foot Winnebago camper

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 12, 2014

      1 comment, 127 photos

      ... the basic requirements for long distance travelling. They are serious travellers and have been all over the world, leaving the camper in storage to return regularly to Oz. We take a note of their www.globalroamer2.com, and organize to send them some information they will find useful for their planned African trip.

      We carry on through dense pine forest, seeing the Alaska Pipeline at times. We see a pipe bridge, and the characteristic radiator-equipped pylons which ...

      A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

      A travel blog entry by rodk on Jan 18, 2014

      70 photos

      ... well (if at all) to verbal commands. Yelling “mush” (a derivation of the French word “Marche”) to encourage your team to start pulling is largely superfluous. Yelling “whoa” is equally ineffective unless accompanied by your full weight on the brake (a narrow metal bar you stand on to drive two short metal spikes into the snow), and the rapid deployment of two metal anchors. You also need to know that even if you fall off and fracture your ...

      Exploring Downtown Anchorage

      A travel blog entry by fol-de-re on Aug 25, 2013

      7 photos

      ... voice, she asked them to confirm they had understood by saying "Now give me a YES!, verbal and very assertive please!" They all dutifully and enthusiastically obliged - funny. I learned some Alaskan today: Bluebird - a perfect sunny day with a blue sky Cheechako - a newcomer, who hasn't done a Winter yet Outside - Any place other than Alaska - i.e. the Lower 48 Sourdough - an Alaskan old-timer Termination Dust - light snow on the mountain tops signalling the end of ...

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