Duke'S 8th Avenue Hotel

630 West 8th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States | Hotel
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    101 Reasons to Use a Travel Agent

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

    ... Tourist Attractions
    Travel agents can give you a list of all the not-to-miss spots: such as amusement parks, museums, nature preserves, and historical locations.
    16. Avoid International Flight Confusion
    Travel specialists can help organize those confusing international flights that internet search engines don’t cover.
    17. Where to Go With Kids
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    Day 11 - The big city

    A travel blog entry by kann2010 on Jul 21, 2012

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    Distance Traveled Today: 513 km
    Total distance traveled: approx 4687km
    Fuel prices: near Denali $4.35/gal, Anchorage $3.89/gal
    Weather: 12 C, rain most of the the day; reprieve in afternoon
    Wildlife sightings: none


    An off and on rainy morning drive for the 4 hours from Denali National Park to Anchorage. We were very lucky to see Mt Denali yesterday; this fact was reinforced as we drove this morning without seeing hardly any of ...

    "Hope", a Tiny Village Worthy of Its Name....

    A travel blog entry by jean.hamberg on Jul 20, 2012

    2 comments, 62 photos

    ... through the valley below, the Cook Inlet to the left, and the resort directly below us. Stunning!

    It was a day for being outdoors and sightseeing so next we re-visited the Portage Glacier (which we had seen earlier in a torrential rainstorm). It was a whole different experience seeing it in the sunlight. Small parts of the glacier break off and form these crystal blue slabs of ice that are gorgeous in the ...

    Can You Make a French 75?

    A travel blog entry by kfnmarshall on Aug 18, 2011

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    ... Five:

    There is a continuing movement to make Willow the capital of Alaska, instead of Juneau.

    The Wal-Mart in Wasilla is the duct tape capital of the world, because when they opened, they sold more duct tape than any other store in the Wal-Mart chain.

    A large number of people live a pioneer lifestyle in Alaska—no electricity, no indoor plumbing. And they seem to enjoy it.

    There is a moose dropping ...