Cashen Quarters Bed and Breakfast

Address: 303 Gold St., Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Juneau

Fantastic balcony

A travel blog entry by allie1110 on Sep 14, 2014

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We woke up early this morning again, it was very foggy outside but by the time we got ready to go for breakfast, the sunshine had come out and it was a beautiful day. We are traveling the inside passage today to arrive in Juneau tomorrow 1pm. While eating breakfast we spotted two orca pods and that was before 9.30am. The choice for breakfast was massive, and Alison's favourite cereal was on display. Looking rather excited I know she couldn't resist it! I went for a small toast ...

Juneau

A travel blog entry by hotta3 on Aug 22, 2014

... musical. Both very good! Jo Ann Saw a couple of bald eagles coming into port. Mt. Roberts tramway was good. Nice views of the harbor and beyond. Would have liked to hike some.if we had more time. First helicopter ride ever to get to Mendenhall Glacier for dogsledding. Maya and I were lucky enough to sit up front. Awesome views of the mountains and glaciers. Our pilot took us right over some of the tallest mountains. He ...

Give us a break

A travel blog entry by imageyonder on Aug 16, 2014

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... Unfortunately, we're pretty much rained in for 4 days. I was hoping for a break in the weather to make a flight over the Mendenhall Glacier worthwhile, but that only looked possible on our last day. So we had to make do with the views, and the walks around about.
So we've taken it easy for a few days.

Having to brake hard to avoid a black ...

Sophie Chooses Alaska and Puffins

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 03, 2014

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... trip to Alaska. Sophie chose the trip, quite insightful for a seven-year old.

On the boat, I spotted a bald eagle soaring, gliding and swooping into the water for dinner.

The rest of the week we'll see the whales, sea lions, bald eagles, etc. Sophie, who toted her puffin hand-puppet almost everywhere, wants to see the ...

Living like a local in Juneau

A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 19, 2014

... the former capital of Sitka. Now the primary industries are fishing, government and tourism.

Tourism dominates the town with the cruise ship providing the vast majority of the business. The downtown feels like Fisherman's Wharf and Bernal Heights squished together. From the cruise ship docks for 5-6 blocks is nothing but cheesy tourist shops and tour operators. After leaving Sue to return home to do laundry and email, Tom and the kids went to ...

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