Auke Lake Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Juneau is the capital of Alaska, but has a population of just 30,000 and only 3 real roads. You can go up and down the coast for 40 miles, over the bridge to Douglas or up to the glacier. Wherever you are, the views are pretty spectacular with mountains all around, the bays and islands of the Inside Passage, and the glaciers peeking between the …
... guide. It didn't hurt that we ended up on a private tour as no one else had signed up for the group tour with us. The weather was 70 and sunny in Juneau so we thought that we were overdressed but it ended up being perfect. We wore technical wicking tee-shirts, ankle-high hiking boots with hiking socks and I wore fleece-lined running tights while Myron wore zip-off hiking pants. We also brought gloves, ear coverings and sunglasses.
Awoke this morning early at 0530 due to some incredible sight coming up soon.
It was an early shower, then up stairs for breakfast with Graeme and Suzanne as it gets light about 0530 am we were on deck about 0730 even though it was partly cloudy it was still pretty fine and good weather.
We had just entered into the Fiord, which goes for many miles, but looking up either side of the ship, nearly straight up are ...
... dinner in a little early as we were going to do the Bar Hop at nine. We went for open seating at the main dining room. While it is the same place just downstairs from our normal table you could tell a difference in the service.
Went to Mix for the start of the bar hop but it did not make so we had a free round of drinks, listened to Justin the Piano Man, then headed back to the ...
... is no food for them in Hawaiian waters so this feeding time is very important. Humpback whales can live to be 80. A female humpback reproduces every third year from 10 years to 40 years of age. She nurses the calf in the Hawaiian waters so that it can develop the fat needed to survive the cold waters of the Alaskan ocean. During the migration and nursing of the calf, a female humpback whale can lose 1/3 of her ...