Sourdough Visitors Lodge Motel

801 Erickson Street, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States | Motel
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Continuing towards Canada

A travel blog entry by radsolv

A bit of confuion between Map and note book. Map shows lept near Clipper on 15th, Notebook indicates Clipper on 16th and Sourdough Campground on 15th.  No recollection.

What all am I doing here?

A travel blog entry by rodk


... Corporations. Willie is a charming, charismatic leader and a great writer. I recommend his autobiography “Fifty Miles from Tomorrow” as a great story of an Alaskan hero and essential reading if you want to understand Alaskan natives and their struggle for recognition of their prior ownership and stewardship of Alaska.

I’ve also had the opportunity for some media work and before I left Australia I gave three radio interviews and ...

Looking down; looking back

A travel blog entry by zingerin

... completely overwhelming them. Tiny Skagway had four giant ships in port. When a town becomes so dependent on cruise ships for business, the town is not so much a real town anymore. I'm sure a cruise wouldn't have had all those odious 5 AM alarm wake-ups or the unpacking, repackings, but that's a trade-off I will make for more travel freedom. We also managed very well with only one carry-on and a backpack, thankful for laundry facilities in several ...

It's a Zoo--and it isn't Wasilla!

A travel blog entry by cphenly


... put on a show for us, and I got great photos of otters, tigers, and Grizzly Bears. We learned that domestic Yaks are different from wild Yaks--actually different species--and Reindeer is just the name for domesticated Caribou. Spent about 4 hours there, all told, so I can highly recommend the place as a good investment of $12.

We both passed on the reindeer hot dogs for lunch, though....


Prince William Sound.

A travel blog entry by lanzyknight


Cruising to Blackstone Bay Whittier permanent population220. 80 percent all live in one building. Cruised up prince William sound to bloisten glacier then on to Blackstone glacier. Sighted a raft of sea otters and some fur seals. Two types of trees Hemlock - bend at the top like they are nodding. Spruce stand up right. Hidden Falls..... Very strong but not visible until right on top of them. Watched Blackstone glacier calve. more noise than anything ...


This motel, located in the Government Hill area of Anchorage, is near Alaska Railroad, Seavey's Ididaride Sled Dog Tours, Port of Anchorage, and Suzan Nightingale McKay Memorial Park.
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