The Breeze Inn
Travel Blogs from Seward
I spent a wonderful 6 hours sailing out of Resurrection Bay into Kenai National Wildlife Refuge past several glaciers and then right up to the huge Hobart glacier at the head of Aialik fjord. While cruising, we saw a sea otter, pod of 5 orcas (aka "killer whales"), a humpback whale, sea lions, puffins, and several other birds including an eagle.
What a nice little town! It is impressive how it's come back from the devastation of the 1964 earthquake. I waked a mile or so along the banks of Resurection Bay with beautiful views of the mountains beyond, to the Alaska SeaLife Center. There, I was able to see and photograph to my heart's content the horned and tufted puffins I'd been seeing at a …
Watching all the fisherman load up for a day of fishing. No sign of the mountains beyond. We're going on the fjord tour today and very excited! Thinking this will be another day of laughing, enjoying amazing scenery, and just being together
We took a cruise today of some glaciers near Seward. The cruise was 6 hours in length and not only did we see two magnificent glaciers, we also caught a glimpse of sea otters, sea lions, puffins, a few bald eagles, orca whales, porpoise and the great hump back whale! Like I said, it was an awesome day. The Parker Sisters wore anti-seasick patches ( …
It's a 1,5hr drive from Alyeska to Seward; in the summer season this is a tourist attraction, I seem to be the only tourist in town. I found my motel, walked around the harbour, everything is closed, except the local bar. Tomorrow I'll be either kayaking or hiking up an icy hill.
March 20, It ended up being two hiking trails because there …
How has this motel rated in the past?
Right at the port with great restaurants and shops within walking distance. Rooms were clean and beds comfortable.
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