Homer, Alaska is home to the finest log inn, the Chocolate Drop Inn, with a majestic view of Kachemak Bay, Kenai Mountain range and four glaciers, along with "Chocolate Drop Mountain." Built in 1993, the Chocolate Drop Inn is an 8000 sq. ft. log inn with 5 guest rooms and a family suite that includes private baths and entrances, queen size beds, tv's and phones. In addition, guests enjoy a recreation room, hot tub and sauna, and hot sumptuous breakfasts featuring fresh seafoods from the Bay.
To get around scenic Homer, Alaska, Jeeps "R" Us Car Rentals is located in the Homer Airport Terminal and specializes in 4 wheel drive vehicles.
While in Homer, enjoy some of the best fishing in Alaska for halibut, salmon, and trout. For the bird watcher, be sure to visit during the week of May 10-13, 2007 for the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival. Over 100,000 shorebirds pass through this region representing over 25 species from as far away as Asia, Hawaii and South America.
Homer has long been known for its abundant bird species, which migrate through the area and create a rush of excitement for birding photographers around the world. Hundreds of species of sea birds and migrating waterfowl move through Homer annually providing amazing spectacles of flight, flash and color. Enjoy a day on the water with a guided birders cruise and experience first hand why Kachemak Bay is such a popular birders destination.
We recommend you carry a daypack with sun tan lotion, camera, binocular, light rain gear, snacks, bottled water, gloves, hat and first aid kit on your birding excursion.
Enjoy your stay at the the Chocolate Drop Inn.
Alan Linde is an internet marketing consultant for bed and breakfasts that cater to bird watchers and can be located at www.bird-watching-vacation.com A full description of the Chocolate Drop Inn can be found at www.chocolatedropinn.com and be sure to ask for the bird watching special.
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