Alaska Hamptons

Mile 1.2 Nash Rd, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | Hotel
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Seward, rhymes with, don't smell like

A travel blog entry by robsons


... who runs fishing boat charters. Most nights he stays at the Yukon bar until 2am and then gets up at 5am to take the boat out. Geeze.

Julia and Vern had a few dances. I think he liked the look of Julia quite a lot actually but fickle male that he is he started chatting up some other girl when his offer to show Julia his "bonfire" was politely declined. Lots of fun though and one of our latest nights so far, getting back to room (yes all of us) around ...

Halibut, Ling Cod and Salmon

A travel blog entry by beadledove



Susie and I have booked a combination fishing trip for the day. Barb takes a welcome break and relaxes in the motor home in town, smart girl. Susie and I head out with Cap’n Quinn with four other fishermen to the Halibut grounds fifty miles east of Seward. That translates at one hour forty five minutes of twenty five knots in a motorboat…..brutal. Luckily, the conditions are perfect, bright sun, calm seas and coastal mist. ...

A 4th of July Special Edition

A travel blog entry by roger.harvey


... foot snow field, aka, RV park. Art hauled the water (70 lbs at a time) from a nearby river and heated the place with the Pace Arrow furnace.

There they are, real Alaskans: Yoni spinning Muskox yarn; Art hauling water and running back and forth on his snow machine, while building a house in the wilderness; grizzly bears in the RV park. Oh you say, don't grizzly bears hibernate in the Winter. And, now you know why Art attached a tent to ...

Last Day, Last Hike

A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends


... the end of town, and then continued on... past where the pavement ended, on to a small gravel road that hugged the bay. At the end of the road we arrived at a campground, and the Caines Trailhead. We began the approximate four mile round trip hike by going straight up hill into bear country. (Tim suspects that this happens on a daily basis for individuals lucky enough to live in Alaska.) As we hiked Jonathan played music ...


A travel blog entry by siyaya


... the other side of Cook Inlet.
There is a big Russian influence here as the Russians colonized many parts of Alaska in pursuit of sea otter furs, from about the 1780's. Over the next hundred years both Spain and Britain sent expeditions to Alaska and established settlements in the area. Russia was concerned about British colonization of Alaska and in 1867 Russia sold Alaska for the amount of $7.2 million to the US. US Secretary of State, at the time, William ...


This hotel, located on Mile 1.2 Nash Rd, Seward, is near Kenai Fjords Tours, Major Marine Tours - Kenai Fjords Cruise, Fox Island, and Clam Gulch.
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