Highlands Bed & Breakfast

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

Day 16. Cruising. Juneau

A travel blog entry by geoffq on Aug 27, 2014

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... into a lake that continues on as a large river. In the lake there were huge icebergs, we reached in and grabbed a bit of berg, about 1 foot high, and extremely brilliant in colour with many facets which enhanced the brilliance even in the near darkness. Back into the bus at 1900 for the trip back to the ship at 1930, where we met up with Gail and Grant for tea, which was a nice one again in the De Vinci restaurant, and ...

Rainey Juneau

A travel blog entry by chrisandjames on Aug 14, 2014

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... supper. When he made the announcement, we went dashing up there to grab a table with a view. Sat, drank wine, listened to a guitar player, and ate supper (in shifts!) until 8:15 when we decided to go outside. Wow!! We saw 40-50 whales in the water over 30 minutes or so. It's very exciting, and humbling somehow to see this. It's been an incredible trip. Tomorrow, a float plane trip into Misty ...

Juneau Photo Safari by Land and Sea

A travel blog entry by pieper on Aug 05, 2014

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... distinctive as our fingerprints. So far, this was our favorite excursion of this trip. Back on dry land, we boarded our bus for the trip back to the ship and walk to downtown Juneau. There are no roads leading to Juneau which makes it distinct amongst all our state capitals. The city was booming today since there were five cruise ships in port. We were the smallest of the ships. It is very quaint town with lots of ...


A travel blog entry by n6tk on Aug 03, 2014

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... and not at all bothered by a noisy plane overhead. We watched as they spouted, dove and came to the surface; our first NatGeo moment of the trip. That took us almost to the inlet where Juneau is nestled on a tiny bit of flat land surrounded by steep mountains. It's a pretty spectacular setting for such a rough and tumble town. We landed, had a bad lunch at the diner near the airport and took ourselves to the nearest hotel where we will decide on the next move.

This one goes to 11!

A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 18, 2014

... the passengers got their cameras out to photograph the killer whales 100 yards off the starboard side.

A buzz from the mornings sightings and still 20 minutes from our final destination Margerie Glacier we all took a break to enjoy some delicious fish chowder. Shortly thereafter, within sight of the glacier the captain came back on the loudspeaker, "you might be wondering why were staying so far from the glacier. It's because we've spotted a ...

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