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August 18, 2006
From journal Denali and Seward with My Parents
July 27, 2005
This resort has almost any type of accommodation that your family may need, as it features campgrounds, RV parking and hook-ups, motel rooms, town homes, and even cabins. It also has a large lounge with a big-screen television, which delighted my father-in-law every morning, as the television reception in our rooms was not the greatest. The staff here is very knowledgeable about the area, as well as extremely friendly, and was always willing to help us out.
Upon entering our motel room, my husband and my first words were, "Yup, definitely a military hotel," as the motel rooms here are comfortable but furnished spartanly. The beds are very hard; the towels are crisp, as if they have been bleached too often; and we noticed that they must have a problem with many of the single soldiers, airmen, or sailors taking the television remote controls with them when they leave, because ours was bolted down. I also noticed that our shower curtain had mildew growing on the back of it, which I reported the next morning when we checked in for our Wildlife and Glacier Cruise. Unfortunately, nothing was done about it, as it was still there that evening. Other than these few minor negative aspects, our stay here was pleasant, and I would go back again. For more information, check out http://www.sewardresort.com/.
From journal Alaska Experiences with the In-Laws