Annika's Guesthouse

Address: 14765 Willow Drive, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on 14765 Willow Drive, Seward, is near Exit Glacier Guides, Major Marine Tours -- Ressurection Bay Tour, and Command Charters.
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      Travel Blogs from Seward

      Getting on the ship/Ship Review

      A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jul 04, 2014

      3 photos

      ... reservation, we arrived on time, but got what I thought was a bad table in the back of the dining room, not near a window. I was disappointed by the table. Service was good.

      On Day 2, Formal night we had a reservation, we showed up on time and requested a window seat. We got a window seat, but the table was next to the service station, which wasn't ideal and I wasn't not very happy about. BUT, the servers Jessie Boy and Jeffery were awesome!

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      Dogsledding

      A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jul 02, 2014

      10 photos

      We had a 9am tour booked(I figured we'd be up anyway) We headed over to the Seward Airport, Seward Helicopters is located in the first building, but was not well marked. Eventually we saw a sign on their truck parked out front.I'm still a bit confused as the building/helicopter had another name on it. We arrived early at about 8:40am and unfortunately they ended up running about 30 ...

      Seward

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 28, 2014

      11 photos

      ... rings and chocolate, so every contingency was covered off, and you could even walk around an outside deck if you didn't mind getting dizzy.

      Sailed past the reef where the Exxon Valdez ran aground and caused havoc - it now has a high-tech wooden pole sticking out of the water so no other ship will come near it. Then it was through the part of the bay where the ice that has calved off the Columbia Glacier floats down to the sea, and past several colonies of sea lions ...

      The Portage Glacier

      A travel blog entry by suzannecompton on Jun 12, 2014

      26 photos

      ... south of Portage Lake. This lake is being formed by the melting of the glacier which has been retreating substantially for the past fifty years.It was an awesome site and we enjoyed the boat ride. We also saw the glacial remnants of Explorer, Middle, Byron, Burns, and Shakespeare glaciers. While still massive in size, these glaciers stand as reminders of the immense ice sheets that once covered this landscape. A ...

      Pinch me. Are we REALLY in Alaska??

      A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on May 18, 2014

      5 comments, 74 photos

      ... off our packs and onto our feet. By mile 2. 3 or so we got our wish. We felt like real mountaineers! The snow was soft and mushy and most people were soaking wet and/or post-holing so we were pretty psyched to have rented snowshoes (though Jim and Elijah still got wet feet!). The view from our destination, Top of the Rocks, gave us a beautiful and interesting look at the glacier and we were able to appreciate it's ripples, crevasses and multitude of colors ...