Monday, January 31, 2011

Anchorage - a Cultural Center

Have you met Seymour of Anchorage? An ambassador of Anchorage, he has his own FaceBook page. His entries are fun to peruse as he wanders the Anchorage area in search of fun activities. Recently, he took a look at the Curling Club.

But if you are dreaming of an Anchorage adventure a couple of months from now, have you looked at the new Planning Guide?

You can order a copy by going to Plan a Trip on the AABBA site. The 2011 edition has been published! Now, here is a fun way to attain instant gratification: view the Guide online. No need to wait for mail delivery this way!

Want to see the variety of cultural events in Anchorage? This calendar is constantly updated. As February begins, skating, theatre plays, and new shows of contemporary Native Alaskan art at the Museum are featured along with many other things to do. This information may change your mental image of Alaska in the winter months!

Be sure to consider lodging at an inspected and approved B&B while visiting. This process is managed by the Anchorage Alaska Bed & Bed Association. Maybe you want a B&B with a specific amenity such as pet friendly or environmentally adept, handicap accessible or Internet ready? All inns listed on this site bear the stamp of inspection and approval and are run by innkeepers who share a code of ethics.

If you wish to talk with an inn keeper about reservations, the Hotline reaches one who is volunteering during business hours each week. Viewing the inns as you speak is often a great combination.

Come see us and enjoy the cultural diversity of this great city and state. Maybe you will get to shake hands or hooves with Seymour!

Innkeepers Anchorage Alaska Bed & Breakfast Association

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