YOGURTLAND 是在ANC機場新開的冰淇淋店 店裡面有多種口味
不用擔心找不到他 因為這家就在ANC機場的出口 你出境一定會看見他
Anchorage taxi cab services with contact phone numbers and addresses.
|Your overland bus connection between Homer and Seward, Alaska or Homer and Anchorage Alaska.|
REVERSE ITINERARY AVAILABLE
|Where||Transportation to/from Anchorage, Seward, Kenai & Homer|
|When||Year round service.
Summer Schedule 06/01 thru 08/31: Daily departures
Winter Schedule: 2-3 Days a week, depending on destination.
|Equipment||Comfortable vans, customer service counters in Anchorage, Soldotna & Homer.|
Posted by AskBob
Posted: December 8, 2009 - 12:23 pm
Q: What is the best mode of transportation when getting off a cruise ship in Seward and going to and around Homer—and then back to Seward? —Renee
A: Homer, on the Kenai Peninsula, is a great town full of character: lots of shops and art galleries, great sea kayaking in Kachemak Bay and arguably the world’s best halibut fishing.
Seward and Homer look close on the map, but they’re separated by mountains and an ice field. Neither the railroad nor ferries connect them, but you still have a few options for getting there. In most cases you’ll need more than a day to do it:
• Rent a car. The 4 1/2-hour drive is gorgeous: Aside from mountains and the Kenai River, you’ll have a good chance of seeing eagles flying overhead and bears fishing in the water. Daily rates from the Hertz agency in Seward (907-224-4378) start at $80 a day, and it’s located two blocks from the cruise port.
• Charter a flight. Plenty of air taxis such as Reeve Air (907-250-4766) and Homer Air, do charter flights, but they can get “spendy,” as it were, depending on how many people are in your party. Reeve will make the 45-minute flight over the Harding Icefield to Homer for $820 one way (that’s for everyone), with it costing just a few hundred more if you return to Seward a few hours later. Likewise, Homer Air would be $900 one way, covering up to 5 passengers.