Cashen Quarters Bed and Breakfast

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

What a day in Alaska

A travel blog entry by nana-jan on Nov 20, 2014

3 photos

... such big black birds. Seen Bald Eagles in the trees and one flew past us while we were in the air; it was nearly as big ad us!

The food has been great - halibut, salmon, crab cakes and chowder - the local brew not bad also.

We are off to Slitka later this morning and I am not sure about WiFi at the B&B there. So until you hear from us again, bye....


Squirrels can be vicious little bastards!

A travel blog entry by 50isthenewblack on Sep 15, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... br> A couple of hours on the water watching the whales rounded out a fantastic day. Laws a bit different here so we got quite close but all the boats & rangers are very respectful of the area & conservation so not close enough to disrupt the wildlife too much. A few sea lions as well with one whale whacking his tail to try & disburse them. Eric said they were probably all in a school of fish having a feed. More photos, I’m getting quite good ...

First port of call, Juneau

A travel blog entry by ozray on Aug 31, 2014

8 photos

... for salmon. We had met some other Aussies on the bus and they went just ahead of us when on e of them waved to us to hurry as there was a black bear in the river. We watched this bear for quite while and were lucky enough to actually see it catch a salmon which I caught on video. This sighting had made our day already.

After viewing the Glacier from the Visitor's Centre, we decided to take a 3 hour round trip hike which ...

Juneau Photo Safari by Land and Sea

A travel blog entry by pieper on Aug 05, 2014

17 photos

... 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 ...

Sophie Chooses Alaska and Puffins

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

8 photos

... 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 ...

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