Taroka Inn

Address: 233 3rd Avenue, Seward, Alaska, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 233 3rd Avenue, Seward, is near Alaska SeaLife Center, Kayak Adventures Worldwide, Adventure Sixty North, and Crackerjack Sportfishing Charters.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Taroka Inn Seward

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Seward

        Last Day In Seward

        A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jul 30, 2015

        17 photos

        ... peace and quiet.

        Adjacent to the campground is a boat yard. It has a huge haul out machine, big enough to lift those big trawlers out of the water. A few boats are dry-docked nearby. Hey, what the heck is going on over there? Three tugboats looks like they are playing tug-of-war with a small floating oil platform. They are fighting the wind and the tides so they are pulling in three different directions in order to stabilize the top heavy platform ...

        From the sea at Seward to Denali by bus......

        A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Jun 05, 2015

        11 photos

        ... 30 seconds, losing the town's harbour and fuel docks! This was followed by a series of destructive tsunamis.]
        The drive to Anchorage was through gorgeous scenery of forests, lakes and snowy mountains. We passed Kenai Lake where the largest salmon ever was caught. It weighed 93 pounds-a world record!
        In Anchorage we had only a short while to eat lunch at the restaurant at the museum (the seafood chowder ...

        An unexpected early return to Seward

        A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 15, 2014

        8 photos

        ... go with the flow. The boat doesn't leave until this afternoon so we have time to go on our planned sea kayaking up the bay to the Ailak glacier. It is a four mile round trip, which sounds easy in theory, but add in icy conditions and torrential rain and it is a little bit of a challenge. Still it is worth it, though I will pay for it later when I can hardly lift my arms above waist height! Exhausted, we get on the boat to return to Seward. ...

        Cruise to Land Transition

        A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 08, 2014

        6 photos

        We woke to our first really rainy day as we prepared to disembark our cruise ship in Seward. Getting off was simple, made even easier by not having to go through customs since we went through US customs in Vancouver at the port. We waited in the concierge lounge for our disembarkation number where we got to enjoy coffee and danish. We walked off the ship at 9 AM and picked up our bags as soon as we get into ...

        Glacier landing and at sea

        A travel blog entry by martyandbarbara on Jul 14, 2014


        ... told us about everything we passed and the scenery is spectacular. the sky goes on forever= well i know it goes on just as far in north carolina and everyplace else i ahve ever been but here it looks like it does in a way i can't begin to describe. the shapes of the clouds are amazing and there are mountains everywhere - different ranges, different colors, some snow covered, some jagged, some rounded (glaciers make rounded mountains).