Alyeska Adventures B&B
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... so Paul drove us further down Alyeska Highway to a gas station. Very appreciative of his service to us we told him we would make sure we gave him a glowing review. He was interesting to talk to as well. He had just come up in the Spring with a friend to work for the summer, but has decided to stay in Alaska permenantly. He is one of several guides we have met this summer - college age, who come here to work. Both boys have decided that that is their new goal. Cole ...
... of Kenai...wow...it is obvious that it's a big oil company town. Multilane, nicely paved real highways, new schools, lots of parks, and big box stores. Everything perfectly manicured. Not like the other small fishing villages we had visited with a layer of rust and rundown everything. The cliff of the White Beluga Overlook was the perfect place to watch the salmon run as the fish left the Cook Inlet for ...
When we left Valdez I was glad I'd taken lots of photos on the way there because there wasn't much to see in the mist and rain as we headed back over the Thompson Pass. By the time we hit the Glenn Highway towards Anchorage, things were improving slightly.
... of for the last month...
All these animals had ended up here through some mishap or other, some to be released back to the wild, others not.
Then it was a short hop to the dock to board the ship..
Just short of Whittier there is a single lane tunnel, and I mean one lane , the driver had to fold in the mirrors on the coach... it is also a ...
... Place, in the heart of the city, where the Coral Princess, our ship, is moored. We make pretty good time through the Saturday morning traffic, and manage to find the entrance to the underground area for traffic depositing passengers and their luggage without too much trouble. Bid Steve a grateful farewell, and start the boarding process.
We’ve booked on the Coral Princess for a 7-day cruise to Anchorage (A$1019 each, plus tips of $11.50 each per day). ...