Alaska Legends Adventure Resort
Photos of Alaska Legends Adventure Resort
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Alaska Legends Adventure Resort Soldotna
Travel Blogs from Soldotna
... neither of us saw any wildlife other than the loons, the quiet, serene stillness and solitude out there was priceless.
Tomorrow we will pull out and head back to our cherished Hope to spend a week or so. We are excited about the return to one of our favorite places.
Hope you enjoy the pictures. Thank you for the comments you've left. We have smiled and laughed reading them. Love you all!!!
Carrie & ...
... at end). She, gracious as ever, drove us around the town of Kenai where we saw thecrazy phenomenon of dip net fishing. See the pics for what a dip net looks like. Everyone stands in the water hoping to snag a returning salmon in the net. Thousands on the beach all in waders or wet suits, together with tents all along the beach. Pretty amazing! Had ...
... what seemed like a normal stack of pancakes, but when they arrived, there were three huge pancakes that covered the whole plate. The waitress mentioned that she had never seen anyone finish three of those pancakes (I would not be the first, finishing less than half of the stack). Dad had an order of French toast and Sue had an omelet.
After breakfast, we headed toward Girdwood, where we planned to take a gondola to the top of a mountain at the Alyeska Resort to ...
We had a fairly early start today, as we needed to drive about fifty miles over to Seward to take a boat tour of Kenai Fjords National Park. The tour was going to last most of the day. Check-in was at 9:00 a.m., departure at 10:00 a.m., and return at 5:30 p.m. As we were checking in, the woman at the counter recommended the "Train Wreck" for breakfast. She said they have very good food, so we decided to give it a try. The restaurant was literally an old ...
... Tuesday morning. As I write this blog tonight Patty is in the air, somewhere between San Francisco and Philadelphia.
Once we were sure Patty was at her gate and ready to board, we continued to head south toward the Kenai Peninsula. None of us really felt like eating lunch, so we just hit the road. The drive from Anchorage to Cooper Landing (where we would be staying) is via the Seward Highway, known as one of the most beautiful drives in the country, ...