Duke'S 8th Avenue Hotel

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

    Classic Coastal train to Seward

    A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 01, 2013

    2 comments, 54 photos

    ... looking for an elusive china drinking vessel. Well we all know what Robert the Bruce said whilst watching a spider try to weave a web "if at first you don’t succeed try & try again", which is exactly what I did & eventually I was rewarded & to top it off there was even a free refill!! – can’t get that in a paper/polystyrene cup. I lingered as long as I could in the café willing the time to pass quickly so I could get back on the train. I ventured off, ...

    Travel day! and oh yea….a giant wave?

    A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends on Jun 24, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... walking on the quicksand-like mudflats (DO NOT DO THIS) left behind from the tide, and hiking out to a rocky point that was sure to be underwater once the wave came through.

    So we waited and waited, and then we finally saw a wave, but it wasn't what we were expecting because it was only about two feet tall. Where was the 10ft wave that was ...

    A Visit to Otter Lake for Dad.....

    A travel blog entry by jean.hamberg on Aug 01, 2012

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... for a little while!) ; the baseball and basketball teams that he was a part of; the pranks he and his buddies played on each other to help pass the time during the long winters; and how he, along with two other officers from his unit attempted to help rescue the passengers of a downed plane. (It was winter and they trudged through waist-deep snow only to arrive at the bank of the river across from the plane to see that other rescuers had arrived at the ...


    A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Jul 10, 2006

    5 photos

    ... a discreet location to carry out these activities during wartime. Now it was a cruise ship terminal, paid for and used exclusively by Princess Cruises. As our bus departed the area we had to wait at the end of a tunnel through the mountain. We were informed that the tunnel only has one lane. It was built originally for trains, but has since been modified for vehicles. Pretty much hourly they change the ...