Tony Fallone, Rosie Moments Travel at Seward Alaska Municipal Boat Harbor

This pint-sized Alaskan town is your jumping off point for real adventure. You're either boarding a ship for your southbound cruise or disembarking to begin your land adventure.

Either way, Seward is a great place to visit - and we recommend you try to fit in at least a half-day for exploring.

Seward has a Hop-on Hop-off trolley that will take you all over town for a minimal fee. If you have time, be sure to stop in to the SeaLife Center for an upclose look at the marine life of wild Alaska.

Be sure to walk on over to the municipal docks behind Major Marine. From here, you'll enjoy the view of Resurrection Bay - and it's a great place to take a photo of your cruise ship, too! If you happen to be in town around 4PM, the fishing charters are all arriving after a day at sea. Don't miss the excitement as they unload their day's catch of massive halibut and salmon - the clean and filet the fish right there on the docks. You don't see this stuff in the lower 48!

Seward is the starting point for exploring the Kenai Peninsula - probably one of the most scenic places on earth - at least we think so! The Seward Highway winds it's way through spectacular mountains and along the Turnagin Arm - be on the look out for Dall Sheep, moose and even beluga whales. It's 127 miles of pure Alaska - and ends at Anchorage.

Margaret and Tony Fallone of Rosie Moments Travel - have made several trips to Alaska - cruising and land, as well. This is perhaps, one of our most favorite destinations. If you are considering a trip yourself, please call us. We'll share our experiences with you and give you more than enough information to create a perfect Alaska adventure of your own. There are unlimited options - and like us, you'll find that one trip just isn't enough.

They don't call it the "Great Land" for nothing!

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