Alaska's Capital Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 113 West Fifth Street, Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 113 West Fifth Street, Juneau, is near Adventure Bound Alaska Tracy Arm Glacier Cruise, Alaska State Museum, Juneau-Douglas City Museum, and Green Angel Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Juneau

    Day 25 Watching the Bears - a magical day

    A travel blog entry by jennieanddavid on Aug 06, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... food or backpacks and approached virtually shoulder to shoulder in a tight group of seven. As we sat, the first bear appeared out of the forest to begin his feast for the day. We could see the Pink salmon jumping and trying to make their way up river and finally up the waterfall (interesting that man had built a concrete flight of steps at the right end to assist the salmon yet they preferred the 'natural' left end). Seagulls were plentiful as they ...

    Days in Port

    A travel blog entry by josephineramage on Aug 04, 2015

    ... our adventure. We arrived by bus to the glacier. We learned a lot about Juneau from our bus driver along the way. Mist importantly, the capital of Alaska has no roads in or out. You can only get here by boat or plane, making the cost of living very expensive. We hiked two miles to see the glacier up close along with water falls created by the glacier called Nugget Falls. It was incredible. The day was ...

    Our 1st glacier & king crab dinner

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jun 29, 2015

    8 photos

    ... can’t go right up to the face of the glacier because it has receded so much over the past 30 years in particular and there is the lake in front of it. It is a mile across the face. There were a number of different size icebergs floating in the lake. The edge of the glacier showed many crevasses and it was such a beautiful icy blue colour in it. We walked to a number of the viewing areas as well as the info centre. By the time we were leaving the sky was clearing a bit. Once back ...

    Where is the Glacier?

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Jun 21, 2015

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... few steps out of the car park you are immersed in proper wilderness, where the sudden appearance of a bear or a moose feels like it is only a matter of time (this does not happen by the way), and you start to feel kind of exposed. Along the way to the lake we actually manage to have another surprise bear encounter, but this time we were the first ones on the scene and not at the back of a bear-jam. - We spotted a big male black bear casually sauntering out of the pines and ...

    Day 11: Flying high over Juneau

    A travel blog entry by jmintouch33 on Jun 18, 2015

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... the adventure. Tracy's Arm is a spectacular fjord with sheer cliffs that rise and plummet some 7 000 feet. The mist and clouds hung low today and we were in the cloud as we sailed forward and could only imagine the peaks. The tree line was visible, the sheer cliffs and thundering waterfalls were visible, but shrouded in the constant mist of the clouds we could only imagine the summit of these walls. It was like travelling through a set for a George Lucas ...