Alaska's Kodiak Island Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... year. It has the U.S. ’s largest Coast Guard Station. American influence started taking over after the purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1864 but the Cultural influence of Russia is still strong. We had a performance of a balalaika band but no one in the band was Russian. The Cathedral here was started in 1794. The area was important in World War II with 30,000 soldiers here. The area was called Kadiak but when ...
... been amazed at how adept they are in their back up roles.
Tomorrow afternoon we are scheduled to cruise the Hubbard Glacier, weather permitting. How that evolution comes off will be included in my report on our visit to Sitka,our last port in Alaska. Till then, bear with me and TravelPod!!
Nick, I am pleased to report that our transit across the Gulf of Alaska during the night was a gentle as sailing across a millpond!! ...
Boarded the ferry around 4 am and got into our room around 5 am to continue sleep.
... eat grass,clams and fish.
The meadows had tall grass and short grass and the bears were eating the short grass. When we stopped to watch we would mostly stay in the areas of taller grass to reduce our profile.
Note that I always keep the lady in the red hat between me and the bears as I am ...
... to “rock climb” the unimproved trail up to the road was an experience indeed. Barbara decided that the only way to proceed was on her hands and knees – I did not take a picture. The view was worth it. (Brief emotional music break – “You Raise me Up”)
Back in Kodiak we stopped for lunch at McDonalds, after which we visited Mac’s sporting goods for some shopping and more pictures, ...