Highlands Bed & Breakfast

Address: 421 Judy Lane, Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States | B&B
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Juneau, Alaska's capital

A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Jun 04, 2015

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Tuesday, 26 May, Juneau
Juneau was made capital of Alaska in 1959. It was originally a seasonal fishing camp for the Tlingit people. Big changes came with a large scale hard rock mining industry then with a booming tourist industry.
We have had a lovely morning out at Mendenhall Glacier, Mendenhall Lake and Nugget Falls. They are about 12 miles out of town in the Tongass National Forest, beautiful with Alaska's state tree, ...

Off season travel is great

A travel blog entry by nana-jan on Nov 17, 2014

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... clean and convenient in town. The bed was mostc welcomed and we slept like logs for a couple of hours. Great bagel shop attached and we had the best clam chowder with toasted butter bagels for lunch.
1 degree C outside at present and we are having quiet time after walking around downtown and bussing to the airport to arrange a float plane ride for tomorrow. Excited about that!!!!!

Saw bald eagles this morning sitting in trees in town but not a good picture.

Whales everywhere!

A travel blog entry by allie1110 on Sep 15, 2014

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... we only had an hour there which seemed too short to walk up to the glacier and back in time for the bus to pick us up. We had to rush back and were the last ones on the bus! We then boarded a boat which took us to Orca lodge, a cabin on one of the nearby islands where we had some Alaskan salmon (yummy!!). About an hour later we boarded the boat with the aim of seeing some whales. And boy ...


A travel blog entry by hotta3 on Aug 22, 2014

... s where you can feel the power of theses dogs. I almost fell off when we first started going!! We got back on the helicopter and headed back to the city after petting some puppies. Another fabulous experience!! Late lunch at the Twisted Fish where Maya got seared ahi that she LOVED and didn't want to share! I got lobster tacos that were yummy. Back to the ship for early departure at 4:15pm. Tonight was dinner at Triton's and ...

We Meet "The Patch Lady"

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 02, 2014

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... turquoise lakes. Since I was in the center seat, Sherry snapped some photos for me. Thanks, Sherry. I wish you wonderful travels and hope well meet again at some wonderful national park.

At first Juneau (population 32,164) seemed like a small, tacky tourist town. Lots of bars and jewelry shops. Restaurants were sparse and mostly informal. We ended up at ...

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