Lakeshore Motor Inn

Address: 3009 Lakeshore Dr, Anchorage, Alaska, 99517-2806, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located in the Bayshore / Klatt area of Anchorage, is near Jewel Lake, Campbell Lake, Rugged Alaska, and Alice's Antiques.
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          Amenities

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking

          General

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          Services

          • Airport Transportation
          • Shuttle bus service
           

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          Travel Blogs from Anchorage

          Day 37 Anchorage: Holiday Fellowship walking Day 1

          A travel blog entry by jennieanddavid on Aug 18, 2015

          3 photos

          ... on the way back. The other group members are mostly seasoned walkers with Holiday Fellowship and took the distance in their stride. I hope I will not let the side down this week. The fact is I felt very tired on my feet at the end of the outing, and a hot bath was essential for the weary limbs. We saw one white mountain goat bounding all across the countryside and disappearing up on the crest of a ...

          Boarding the domed McKinley Explorer for Anchorage

          A travel blog entry by travelswithelsa on Jun 15, 2015

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... the Alaska range with Mt McKinley as the highest peak at 20,320 ft, the Chugach mountains that boast more snow annually than in any other location in the world, over 600 inches per year, and Talkeetna Mountains, popular for recreational activities, near Anchorage.

          (D) The utter inaccessibility of Alaska really hit me. There are only two ways to get into the interior: the one N/S train and the one N/S road. Neither of which traverse the state, but stop about ...

          How Did we Miss Wasilla?

          A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 01, 2014

          2 photos

          ... to the train.

          The train passed through Wasilla, made famous by Sarah Palin. We didn't see Russia and we also missed the Wasilla train station. (We were going to take a picture). We did spot some strip malls with the typical fast food restaurants. Also, a Chinese Restaurant had an interesting name Pe King. We know they probably named it after Beijing, but we thought could have picked a better name.

          Tomorrow we leave for ...

          Death Tunnel and Orphan Babies

          A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 28, 2014

          1 comment, 10 photos

          ... to drive me to the Anchorage airport and boy was it worth it! The entire ride was narrated. First we went to the one tunnel that connects the tiny tiny town of Whittier to the rest of civilization. Whittier has fewer than 200 citizens, and they all live in a single dwelling. The tunnel is one lane and is opened for 15 minutes every hour. A train also uses this same tunnel - they all take turns. Going through Maynard Mountain, the tunnel is about 2 1/2 miles ...

          What all am I doing here?

          A travel blog entry by rodk on Nov 17, 2013

          8 comments, 46 photos

          ... status of crocodiles and bears, I’d like to report we reached a consensus view that bears and crocodiles would in fact be friends but the allegorical nature of the conversation was lost on some of the more robust of the 11 year old boys.

          In addition to formal presentations, I’ve also had discussions with some 50 people including native Alaskan leaders, local politicians, writers, scientists, artists, community leaders, ...