Duke'S 8th Avenue Hotel

Address: 630 West 8th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Anchorage

    Like a rolling stone

    A travel blog entry by emeraldagate on May 20, 2013

    28 photos

    Sorry it's been so long since my last entry, but my Powerhoop and I have been quite the ramblers this month visiting both Las Vegas and Seattle. Do's and Don'ts of Vegas: Never ever assume you are within walking distance of anything. We saw the Bellagio we walked towards the Bellagio and 40 minutes later we were stuck on the freeway in desert heat (in heels!) with no where to go. The most disheartening thing is we only got honked at three times :/ Always drink and shop. You ...

    101 Reasons to Use a Travel Agent

    A travel blog entry by cacique.tourism on Dec 11, 2012

    ... keeping in that hotel safe while you are out exploring the sites so there is nothing important missing when you return.
    100. Altering Your Travel Arrangements
    If you have already booked your trip but want to change some details your travel agency can help get all the necessary steps done, leaving you without the headache and confusion.
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    Train Day

    A travel blog entry by tchester on Jul 08, 2012


    ... last minute, I found a cute jacket that I liked so I decided to get it! When we made it back to the hotel the bus was pulling out of the parking lot! But we saw our tour guide at the bottom of the hill and he said it was too full to ride anyways. So we waited and took a van with him to the train station. This time, we boarded the same kind of train, but for eight hours! Once it started moving, we went down to eat lunch while watching the mountains go by. Mom and I ate a ...

    ROADTRIP through Canada

    A travel blog entry by juleharle on Apr 27, 2012

    28 photos

    ... s in session and it's still cold in early May. I was wondering where the blue skies and warm days with mountains reflecting on pristine lakes were- I see them in the brochures, but they're not happening! My brochure would have looked more like dreary mountains with blowing snow complete with crying babies and families riding broken bikes. Jasper itself was interesting; seemed like an eating and drinking establishment for skiers and ...