Duke'S 8th Avenue Hotel

Address: 630 West 8th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States | Hotel
 
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    A day around town

    A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends on Jun 28, 2013

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... went out waiting room and around the front of the building for the next movie that started near 8pm. And as it turns out, they do another showing after that; the comedian Joe Rogan was in town and his show was actually sold out for weeks. This facility also hosts concerts, sporting and corporate events; it is truly an amazing business and with the right capital would likely work in any city in the US! ...

    Flying SEA-ANC

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Aug 01, 2012

    3 photos

    ... and gateway to Kobuk Valley National Park – America’s least visited national park, and one of the most remote and undeveloped. I decided to save money by traveling standby from Anchorage to Kotzebue, but that decision could cost me in time. All Alaska flights from ANC to OTZ are now sold out for tomorrow, Friday, and Saturday. Oh ****. This could turn into a nightmare if I’m unable to get out to Kotzebue and end up stuck in Anchorage. I’m trying not to get ...

    A Long and Winding Road

    A travel blog entry by hinekn on Jun 05, 2012

    6 photos

    ... and took a little break (with a snack) before heading back. It's difficult to describe how beautiful this is. I'm reading a John Muir book about his travels in Alaska and I wish I had his words and vocabulary to describe the experience of walking on a glacier. Somewhere I saw it described as living, and that seems right. They move, advance and retreat. They create mountains and small hills - waterfalls and lakes. They live for centuries and see ...

    PORTAGE GLACIER – TURNAGAIN ARM

    A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Jul 10, 2006

    5 photos

    ... find this place on a map with no luck. On arrival I can see why, there is nothing there.

    They actually had an orderly departure organised from the ship. I was in a group which was one of the last to disembark. While I was waiting I thought that they may have arranged it this way to make a smooth exit through immigration/customs. As I departed though there was nothing, and it dawned onto me that ...