Cordova, AK (PRWEB) February 3, 2011
Egypt may be the jewel of the Nile, but Cordova is one of the best kept secrets in Alaska. With its lush woodlands, numerous waterways, and assortment of nearby glaciers, it is a spectacular choice for any trekker. With its affordable year-round price, Craigs’ Roost Bed and Bath is a good choice for an economy-minded traveler seeking comfort and convenience.
Cordova AK is a gem. Flight seeing tours are a popular option to give a magnificent preliminary overview of the area for hunters and fishermen alike. Sparkling streams provide hours of pleasurable fishing experiences, especially during July and August when the Salmon arrive. Fish during the day and relax in comfort back at your 600+sqft. Suite. Watch TV or surf the Internet on your own laptop computer at the end of a busy day.
Walk the five or so minutes from Craigs’ Roost Bed and Bath down to the harbor. Be sure to check out Illanka Cultural Center. Stop by Laura’s for one their irresistible choices of coffees and cappuccinos. Be sure to visit Orca Books for insightful information about Alaska or browse through Copper River Fleece's inventory of their famous fleece outerwear. Shop at the popular Serendipitea Shop, stroll along the breakwater, or go down to the dock and watch the fishermen work on their nets.
Sea kayaks and bicycles are for rent by the Harbor behind AC General Store for those adventuresome souls wishing to explore the area. Rent a car at the airport and drive the 50 or so miles to Child’s Glacier Park and view the famous Million Dollar Bridge. Come back to Craigs’ Roost Bed and Bath again at the end of yet another busy day exploring Cordova’s many outdoor choices of skiing, hiking, fishing, boating, and others.
Craigs’ Roost Bed and Bath is located on historic Lake Avenue between Orca Inlet and beautiful Eyak Lake. Call 1-907-424-5992 or visit http://craigsroost.com for more information. Call early for reservations.