Highlands Bed & Breakfast

421 Judy Lane, Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Juneau

Day 19: Juneau, AK

A travel blog entry by drat9191

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... and then once I arrived at the Visitors Center and was on foot, the closer I got to the glacier, the more stark the photo ops became. The glacier and its environs are simply laid out in front of you again and again and again. Speaking of the Visitors Center, it’s noteworthy that while the winter hours call for it to only be open Fri-Sun and thus I wouldn’t have been able to visit it ...

I <3 Juneau

A travel blog entry by seznz

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Next stop Juneau. I had been told that it was very touristy and yes perhaps it is. Where the ships berth is pretty much all touristy traps and they close once the season is over and most move to the Caribbean. Oh and there are A LOT of jewelry stores!!

But despite that I fell in love with Juneau. We were so lucky with the weather too... oh yeah that's right - so about 3am I get a knock on the door ...

Cuise day 3

A travel blog entry by dabradz

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Juneau, Alaska's capital was the destination today it was chilly so we rugged up and set out to explore. The main strip was full of tourist rubbish as expected so we went further afield. We walked the streets which were extremely hilly and sniffed out the local attractions.

On this shore trip, which I have to say was pretty arduous fitness wise we came across a group on a walking tour. There to my amazement was a woman ...

Whales!

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle

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... very different to the salmon in Ketchikan as they were bright red ready for spawning – then on the trail round the ponds.

It was a beautiful day, hot and sunny, and the views of the glacier were just breathtaking: different shades of green for the fir trees, bright blue sky, shining white snow on the tops of the mountains and the wonderful iridescent blue of the glacier. We walked the trail to ...

Heading Back Home..

A travel blog entry by gluxonthego

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We got up early and caught the shuttle to the airport. We didn't realize that were so very close to the airport that we had a long wait until our flight. Juneau airport is small and is very crowded compared to other airports. Our flight to Seattle was uneventful, it was a very smooth flight. During our layover in Seattle, we ate again at Anthony's and wasn't disappointed. Great food and great service. The ...

 

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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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