Land's End Resort
Travel Blogs from Homer
We had a yummy breakfast at the Resurrection Roadhouse and proceeded to the Iditaride. The Iditaride excursion consisted of a visit to Mitch Seevey's sled dogs and a ride on a metal wagon/sled pulled by them. Apparently, the dogs are trained during the summer by lugging tourists around in a 500 pound wagon. Our driver was very cool, sarcastic, and …
Our bear viewing got weathered out. Concern that if we made it in we might not get back, so the pilot cancelled.
We changed our plans to have drinks at the Salty Dog. Then we took a 45 minute ferry to Halibut Cove to eat at the Saltry (a 5 star restaurant). Some of us liked it, some of us didn't (the only meat they had was buffalo). We all enjoyed the experience.
It's Saturday morning and Ady has decided she wants to update our blog, because we were a wee bit late with posting it to the website. We also had a little glitch last night with the resort's wi-fi. The balance of the group went to the Sourdough Bakery for breakfast while she worked on the site. Breakfast was mediocre at best. All organic - which …
It's Friday morning as we begin our journey with, of course, a hearty breakfast of cheese omelets, gooey cinnamon buns, biscuits and gravy, yogurt, fresh fruit, bagels and juices (which comes with the price of our hotel room). It's rather cold and rainy this morning as we headed out on the road to our next destination of Homer, AK, the halibut …
Day 18 To Homer 7th Sept
Hooray, it was fine again so we walked down to the river to find it very busy with weekenders fishing and lots of gulls squabbling over pieces of salmon. We again had nice chats with people, one of whom who told us we should go to the Visitor Centre at Kenai & see the display of artefacts there. So we headed off up the Stirling Highway, enjoying the views and visited Kenai, the town ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility