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... where we were spending our last night in the RV. I am not going to lie; after spending a night at Alyeska it was hard to go back to the RV. The campsite was pretty though. Cole, Quinn and I all did the ALS ice bucket challenge (thanks to everyone for the nominations). That glacier water was COLD! A few other campers watched us and told us we were insane. Steve agreed with all of them. There was a very nice couple from Colorado in the site next to us and they invited us over ...
... amazing salmon and prime rib lunch. In a giant cove the monster ice sheets laid. The black view glacier was huge and it created a giant waterfall. The crevasses of the glaciers made jagged edges in rows, almost like shark teeth. The glaciers attracted many wildlife like harbor seals and black kitty-wakes. The falling glaciers created a sea of icebergs almost ...
We woke up at the little Cottage on the Bay to the sun shining and blue skies but it was time to pack up and head out. The view outside of the cottage is beautiful. All boats heading out of Seward go right by there.
Inside, it's a little quirky. Actually, it's alot quirky. Have you ever seen those places on the TV show "Buying Alaska"? Not that bad, but definitely certainly elements from it ...
... 2.5 miles of supply tunnel through solid rock and, later during the Cold War, constructed two tower buildings. The Buckner Building, ' a city under one roof' could house 1,000 people and was once the largest structure in Alaska. Damaged in the 1964 eathquake, it still stands like some sci-fi set, derelict but unable to be demolished until 'asbestos issues' have been resolved. The other building is Begich ...
... afternoon on deck taking in the scenery. We do the “Any-Time” dining, taking a pager with us from the reception area till our large table was ready. We have a typically pleasant dining and interaction experience, with, among others, Jan and Ken from Toowoomba, and Denis and Toni from Maine. We are part of a large number of independent Australian travellers, who, together with three Scenic Tours, and one Evergreen Tour, make up a large proportion of the guests ...