Alaska's Kodiak Island Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and service have not disappointed and the entertainment has been superb and first rate.
Currently we are in our 7th day and sailing toward Dutch Harbor, Alaska due to arrive in the morning. Right now I am waiting for the Lido staff to set out the freshly baked croissants. My downfall!!
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... top is not visible, planes cannot land or depart. There are seven flights a day when the weather permits. When the weather is socked in, nothing arrives and food prices skyrocket. We crossed many streams where salmon are easily spotted by the naked eye. The vistas sights around Woman’s Bay and from Pillar Mountain were magnificent. From the top of the mountain, we could look down on the bay ...
... we were very close, he looked at us but didn't seem interested. However, nearby there was a fisherman who had caught a few large salmon and he did catch the bear’s attention. Soon he was heading for the fisherman at a fast pace. Had we been the fisherman, at this point we would have dropped our catch to distract the bear, but this fisherman wasn’t about to give up. ...
... some of the shops and at first glance, I thought they were bums, but they were waiting in line for the Iphone 6, which came on the market today. My friend and I went to the visitor's center and asked about things to do. The thing Kodiak is most famous for is bear watching. They are supposed to have the biggest black bears in the world. We asked the tourist center about seeing them ...
... last spring) that had been abandoned by his mother (who apparently has a pattern of this) was frequently seen loping down trails in and around the Lodge, and along the shoreline. This poor cub, affectionately dubbed the “cub-adult” (a play on words for “sub-adult”) by Park Rangers and bear technicians, has a noticeably slow gait, and is thin for his age, with a shaggy, disheveled coat of light-brown fur. Even I admit he appears lonely as ...