The Breeze Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Breeze Inn Seward
Right at the port with great restaurants and shops within walking distance. Rooms were clean and beds comfortable.
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... harbor seals, otters and, finally, Orcas! Some of the Orcas swam right under our boat….spectacular! This is the first time on this trip that Barb and I have seen Orcas and to have them up close and personal was a real treat!
We motored up to within a quarter mile of several glaciers, Bear, Aialik, Holgate and viewed numerous other glaciers, all descending from the Harding Icefield. Aialik was calving big time, even the crew were amazed ...
After a frustrating day yesterday fine-tuning the car, we headed off on our planned test drive down the Kenai Peninsula which turned out to be a total success. The whole aim was to see if the car could hold up under a 200-odd mile trip into the Alaskan wilderness. It passed with flying colours and we also discovered that Norwegians are more scared of mosquitoes than bears - who would have thought it?
We're not sure what The Big Five of Alaska are but we're ...
... the carpark right up to the face of the glacier. We then proceeded up the hike alongside the glacier until you above it looking down from the cliffs alongside.
The hike up was alot up uphill which I hate, up up up we went. We had said originally looking at the map of the walk that we'd aim for halfway as they whole thing would take 8hours and we didn't haven enough time, ...
... load all at once. After we got underway, we got breakfast in the on-board cafeteria. It was very overcast and misty all the way. We went right by Bligh Reef where the Exxon Valdez oil spill occurred. The ferry we were on was the base of operations for 70% of the oil recovery, for which they got lots of accolades from Exxon and the Governor.
We did see some stellar sea lions, but ...